Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Ends Fiscal Year with Positive Balance Sheet

By Francisco Salazar

The board of directors of the Fondazione Teatro dell’Opera di Roma unanimously approved the final balance from 2021 which ended with 194,200 euros.

For the eighth year in a row, the Fondazione closed with a positive balance sheet to testify to the achievement of a stable and lasting economic-financial balance.

The positive result for 2021 came during a difficult time due to COVID-19 which blocked a lot of the activity of the theater and limited the audience in the theater.

Comparing to 2020, the ticket sales grew by 732,000 euros and other core revenues increased by approximately 289,000 euros. 

Roberto Gualtieri, president of the Fondazione Teatro dell’Opera di Roma said in a statement, “Great pride in the continuous growth of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. The unanimous approval of the final balance sheet 2021 is further confirmation of this. After successfully coping with the difficulties related to the pandemic, the Foundation closes for the eighth consecutive year with a positive result, a clear sign of wise and far-sighted management, as well as the professionalism of all those who work there.” 

The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma is set to open its summer season with Bernstein’s Mass and is set to present “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” and “Carmen.”