L’Atlàntida is composed of various spaces designed to host all kinds of events related to the performing arts:
• The Ramon Montanyà Theatre
• The Joaquim Maideu Auditorium
• The School of Music and Conservatory
It also contains the Joan Anglada Room, a performance space in the foyer, a bar and restaurant and underground parking facilities.
These areas interact in order to share end users and resources, link the three main spaces of L’Atlàntida, group together public entrances and create a joint reception area. They constitute an informal meeting point and crossroads for all those who have come to enjoy their passion: performance.
The Joaquim Maideu Room
The auditorium seating capacity varies from 280 to 384 depending on the set-up. It is used first and foremost for musical performances. It can also host theatrical and dance performances or can be used as a reception venue or as a set for audiovisual productions. Its spatial versatility and conceptual simplicity make it one of the most multi-purpose rooms of L’Atlàntida.
The Ramon Montanyà Room
The new theatre, with a seating capacity of 800, has paved the way for an ambitious schedule of performances. L’Atlàntida presents a high quality programme that caters for a large audience in a fully equipped venue. The theatre's spatial, functional and technical characteristics make it ideal for both rehearsals and performances.
As such, the theatre can host:
• Medium and large-scale performances of classical and musical theatre, and of classical and contemporary dance.
• Orchestral concerts and performances of classical and contemporary music.
• Rehearsals and preparation work.
• Conferences or corporate activities.
The School of Music and Conservatory (EMVIC)
A space to create new melodies. The main purpose of the centre is to teach music theory and instrumental lessons. Through exceptional training, the centre's teachers provide all the tools necessary for a successful professional career.
Musical information and documentation activities are also carried out at the EMVIC, contributing to students' cultural enrichment.