HEADQUARTERS
Where to find us

Andalucía Occidental

  • Marqués de Nervión, 72. 41005 Sevilla

    954 926 278 / 176

    954 926 187

    sociosandalucia@sgae.es

Andalucía Oriental

  • C/ Méndez Núñez 4. 1º B 29008 Málaga

    952 060 045

    952 228 110

    sociosandalucia@sgae.es

Aragón

  • Tomás Bretón, 12. 50005 Zaragoza

    976 568 200 – 365

    976 568 456

    sociosaragon@sgae.es

Asturias

  • La Luna, 15. 33001 Oviedo

    985 224 168 / 985 204 342

    985 223 397

    sociosasturias@sgae.es

Baleares

  • C/ dels Caputxins, nº 4B – Piso 3º D Edificio Orisba 07002 Palma de Mallorca

    971 727 472

    971 728 511

    socisbalears@sgae.es

Canarias

  • Francisco Gourie, 107, 2º. 35002 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    928 290 628

    928 293 758

    Socios: socioscanarias@sgae.es Comercial: nfernandez@sgae.es

Cantabria

  • La Luna, 15. 33001 Oviedo

    985 224 168 / 985 204 342

    985 223 397

    socioscantabria@sgae.es

Castilla - La Mancha

  • Fernando VI, 4. 28004 Madrid

    91 349 95 50 / 00

    91 349 95 37

    socioscastillalamancha@sgae.es

Castilla y León

  • Fernando VI, 4. 28004 Madrid

    91 349 95 50 / 00

    91 349 95 37

    socioscastillaleon@sgae.es

Cataluña

  • Passeig de Colom, 6. 08002 Barcelona

    932 689 000 – 1

    sociscatalunya@sgae.es

Comunidad Valenciana

  • Blanquerías, 6. 46003 València

    96 315 54 10

    963 155 439

    sociosvalencia@sgae.es

Euskadi - Bilbao

  • Teatro Campos Elíseos Bertendona, 3 Bis. 48008 Bilbao

    944 438 661 / 666

    944 438 651

    socioseuskadi@sgae.es

Euskadi - San Sebastián

  • Edificio Kursaal, Avenida Zurriola s/n. 20002

    943 00 47 20

    socioseuskadi@sgae.es

Extremadura

  • Fernando VI, 4. 28004 Madrid

    91 349 95 50 / 00

    91 349 95 37

    sociosextremadura@sgae.es

Galicia

  • Rúa das Salvadas, 2A (Finca Vista Alegre) 15705 Santiago de Compostela

    981 56 90 82

    881 031 434

    sociosgalicia@sgae.es

La Rioja

  • Tomás Bretón, 12. 50005 Zaragoza

    976 568 200 – 365

    976 568 456

    socioslarioja@sgae.es

Madrid

  • Fernando VI, 4. 28004 Madrid

    91 349 95 50 / 00

    91 349 95 37

    sociosmadrid@sgae.es

Murcia

  • Blanquerías, 6. 46003 València

    96 315 54 10

    963 155 439

    sociosmurcia@sgae.es

Navarra

  • Tomás Bretón, 12. 50005 Zaragoza

    976 568 200 – 365

    976 568 456

    sociosnavarra@sgae.es

Buenos Aires

  • Uruguay, 775 – Piso 4º / Of. A - C1015 ABO Buenos Aires - República Argentina

    (54-11) 4372-2581

    (54-11) 4372-2603 / 4372-3051

    sociosargentina@sgae.org

La Habana

  • Lamparilla Nº 2 y Ave. del Puerto, Edif. Lonja de Comercio, Piso 2, Oficina K-2, La Habana Vieja, La Habana, Cuba. CP: 10100

    (53-7) 8012657

    (53-7) 8012542

    socioscuba@sgae.org

México D.F.

  • Vicente Trebuesto, 5. Colonia Romero de Terreros, Coyoacán. 04310 México

    (52 – 55) 5130-6170

    (52 – 55) 5130-6197

    sociosmexico@sgae.org

Río de Janeiro

  • Rua Constante Ramos, 44 - Of. 405, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, RJ CEP 22051-012

    (55 21) 2259-6292

    sociosbrasil@sgae.org


Emblematic offices
  • Palacio de Longoria (headquarters of the SGAE in Madrid)

    The “Palacio de Longoria”, located on the corner of Calle Fernando VI and Calle Pelayo in Madrid, has been home to the central headquarters of the SGAE since 1950. A symbolic landmark of the urban landscape and cultural activity in Madrid, the Longoria Palace is one of the most significant examples of Modernist architecture in Spain and the most outstanding of all those surviving in the capital.​

  • Teatro Campos Elíseos (headquarters of the SGAE in the Basque Country)

    Ever since it was built in 1901, the “Campos Elíseos” theatre was considered as one of the most prestigious halls of great artistic category. It soon began to be known as “Chocolate Box on Bertendona” and for many years was the stage best driving the opera boom in the Basque Country, only recently introduced in the area. Through meticulous refurbishment, an attempt has been made to recover, as far as possible, the original design of the Modernist building that gave birth to it years past in the midst of the economic, cultural and urban expansion of Bilbao. Thus, the Campos Elíseos Theatre has been able to emerge once more in all its splendour. Click here to request a tour​.​

 
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