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View from Lake Theatre - Frutillar

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Lake Theatre is an artistic center of excellence that promotes the development of culture and creativity in education through music and art. It is planned as a regional reference center, nationally and internationally. Located in the Chilean Patagonia, assumes an absolute commitment to the community, its traditions and unique natural environment in which it is embedded.




Lake Theatre will become a cultural center of reference for the region, the country and Latin America. At the same time, is projected as a factor of development of creativity in education through music and art, in the Lakes Region of Chile. This, coupled with the ongoing work of Richter Home - School of the Arts.


His team is distinguished by their qualifications, their warmth and commitment to efficiency and service to the public and the artists. The characteristics of the infrastructure and technical equipment attached to an acoustic excellence, allow Teatro del Lago develop a schedule of international scope in the Latin American continent.


Teatro del Lago develop their work in a unique environment, the city of Frutillar in Chile, which by its cultural and musical tradition, with its privileged nature, provide a unique experience for those involved in its activities.

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