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Date: from 2020-03-07 to 2020-10-31

Opening times

7-14-21-28 March
4-18-25 April
2-9-16-23-30 May
6-13 June
July and August any concert
5-12-19-26 September
3-10-17-24-31 October

OPENING TIME h. 20.00 
START TIME h. 20.30 
END TIME h. 22.00 
BREAK 10 minutes between the two acts

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Address: Via del Caravita, 7
Zone: Rione Colonna (Pantheon-Montecitorio-Barberini) (Roma centro)
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Presso la Chiesa del Caravita


Reduced Ticket: €25.00
Ticket: from €50.00 to €20.00

Exclusive: reserved first row seats 50 euros
VIP: reserved second and third row seats 40 euros
Central: central seats, not numbered 30 euros
Back: three back rows 20 euros

Reductions Under 18 And Students  (25 Euros)
Free Admission Under 7 And The Disabled
Commission Only On The Concert Ticket

Free cancellation until 48 hours before the concert date for all categories. No further cancellation will be accepted after the deadline.

Restrooms No
Air Conditioning No
Lift No
Access For The Disabled NO
Dinner at: Restaurant Le Cave di S. Ignazio da Sabatino
Piazza S. Ignazio, 169 Roma
dinner time: h 18.30 / € 40,00


Telephone: 338 1218424
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Opera Arias with Ballet
Soprano and Tenor, string quartet and grand piano
A potpuorri of the works that made the Great Italian Opera a point of reference for music all around the world, combined with the most famous pas de deux in the history of dance. The timeless masterpieces of the century of Romanticism create an intense show that everybody can appreciate. Emotions will flow not only through those who are already fond of opera and ballet, but also those who wish to discover it and approach it for the first time.
The soprano Maristella Mariani and the tenor Carlo Napoletani will lead you to another epoch, when the passionate and tormented human soul abandons itself to lyrical singing. The dancers Silvia Accardo and Valerio Polverari will enchant you, with the gracefulness of en pointe dancing, on the rythm of a crescendo of notes and dramatic pauses of the most famous music from Verdi to Čajkovskji, skilfully played by the Opera e Lirica string and piano ensemble.
The musicians’ eclectic ability to move from a style to the other, performing such a varied programme, will fill you with amazement, emotion and vast inspiration that you will carry with you among the most beautiful memories of your journey to Rome.


First Part

Pietro Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana Interlude
Giuseppe Verdi: Sempre Libera La Traviata; Dei Miei Bollenti Spiriti La Traviata
Amilcare Ponchielli: La Danza Delle Ore La Gioconda
Giacomo Puccini: Vissi D’arte Tosca; Recondita Armonia Tosca
Giuseppe Verdi: Preludio La Traviata; Parigi O Cara La Traviata
Jules Massenet: Thais

II Tempo
Giacomo Puccini: Mi Chiamano Mimì La Bohème; Che Gelida Manina La Bohème; O Soave Fanciulla La Bohème
Petr Ilic Čajkovskji: Walts Of The Flowers  The Nutcracker
Giacomo Puccini: Un Bel Dì Vedremo Madama Butterfly
Giuseppe Verdi: La Donna È Mobile Rigoletto
Gioachino Rossini: La Danza – Neapolitan Tarantella Musical Soirèes
Giuseppe Verdi: Brindisi La Traviata 

Soprano: Maristella Mariani/Aleksandra Bukzek
Tenor: Emil Alekperov/Carlo Napoletani  
First violin: Elvin Dhimitri
Second violin: Alina Scoticailo
Viola: Ilia Kanani
Cello: Ester Nagspar
Grand piano: Fabio Montani
Ballet Dancers: Valerio Polverari and Silvia Accardo


Last checked: 2019-12-12 10:46