The wide variety of Opera taking place inside the São Carlos theatre of Lisbon suggested the authors to study the acoustic characteristics of three specific scenarios, which are given by the empty stage and by including the sceneries of Traviata and Italiana in Algeri. The florid artistical venues occurring throughout the centuries make this building an important icon for the capital city of Portugal. As such, an acoustic survey was carried out in order to define the acoustic parameters of this historical building and a numerical digital model was realized and validated by simulating three selected scenarios, whose results have been analysed and commented.

Acoustic study of different sceneries at the São Carlos national theatre of Lisbon

Tronchin L.
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2021

Abstract

The wide variety of Opera taking place inside the São Carlos theatre of Lisbon suggested the authors to study the acoustic characteristics of three specific scenarios, which are given by the empty stage and by including the sceneries of Traviata and Italiana in Algeri. The florid artistical venues occurring throughout the centuries make this building an important icon for the capital city of Portugal. As such, an acoustic survey was carried out in order to define the acoustic parameters of this historical building and a numerical digital model was realized and validated by simulating three selected scenarios, whose results have been analysed and commented.
Tronchin L.; Bevilacqua A.
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