The Roman Conservatory was built between the 1st and 2nd century AD. There was room for music competitions, as it served as the seat of the senate. The Conservatory had a capacity of 750 people, its seats were marble and separated by a corridor into two tiles. The scene was pentagonal with three entrances and distinguished from the usual semicircle scene with two entrances. Today, the Roman Conservatory has been restored and hosts various cultural events.