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Pay homage to the golden age of Venice with a night at the opera. Enjoy a thrilling program of baroque classics and operatic arias, performed by the orchestra and singers of I Musici Veneziani. The show whisks you back to 18th-century Venice, with performers dressed in traditional Venetian costumes and a spectacular setting in the exclusive Salone Capitolare at the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro.
Experience an evening of opera in Venice, surrounded by the historical elegance of a 15th-century palace. The singers and musicians of the Musica a Palazzo ensemble perform classics of Italian opera within the ornate salons of Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto. Move from room to room along with the performers and soak up the drama of epics like 'La Traviata' and 'Rigoletto' in a truly intimate environment.
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of baroque music at this authentic chamber performance in Venice. The 17th-century Church of San Vidal provides an intimate historic setting and fantastic acoustics for concertos and symphonies by European masters such as Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, and Handel. The talented members of the Interpreti Veneziani ensemble bring these musical masterworks to life for a night out you won’t soon forget.
A classical music concert is a relaxing way to cap off a day of sightseeing in Venice. At Doge's Palace, one of the main landmarks in Venice, listen to some of Venice's best classical musicians and opera singers perform a repertoire featuring music from Mozart's time to the 20th century. Concert music varies nightly, so choose the repertoire most appealing to you.
For a special night out while vacationing in Venice, book an entertaining evening out at the cabaret. A grand magic show, musical performers, and dancers keep you entertained while you dine on a multi-course international dinner with Italian wine. Choose from among three different menus; a welcome cocktail is included.
Hear Antonio Vivaldi’s magnificent ‘Four Seasons’ performed by Venice’s acclaimed I Musici Veneziani. The 1.5-hour show will whisk you back to 18th-century Venice, with performers dressed in traditional Venetian costumes and a spectacular setting in the exclusive Salone Capitolare at the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro.
Few opera houses in Italy are more legendary than the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. Get exclusive daytime access to its sumptuous interiors with a Fenice Theater admission ticket and visit the gilded 19th-century-style foyer, auditorium and royal box, and Sale Apollinee at your own pace. The included audio guide provides an in-depth explanation of the complex architecture and history of this landmark venue, destroyed twice by fires.
Take a musical adventure in Venice with a concert by Interpreti Veneziani and a visit to the city's music museum. Learn about the legacy of Vivaldi, a Venetian composer who left a distinct mark on the canal city, and see string instruments from the 17th-19th centuries in the Music Museum housed inside the San Maurizio Church. Listen later that evening as the Interpreti Veneziani ensemble performs works by such famous composers as Handel, Bach and Mozart.
The splendor of the prestigious Sala degli Specchi in Ca 'Zenobio degli Armeni, one of the most fascinating settings in Venice, frescoed by Louis Dorigny and the first Giambattista Tiepolo, has always attracted artists from all over the world including Madonna who in 1984 filmed the Like a Virgin video.
Right in the prestigious setting of the Sala degli Specchi, sublime expression of Baroque art, the Ensemble Guarneri presents the 2019 concert season: a new way of offering concerts in Venice with three different programs. Great baroque music in one of the most fascinating venues in Venice and a tribute to Vivaldi
Explore one of the most unique and fascinating museums in Venice without the hassle of waiting in line with this fast-track ticket to Palazzo Mocenigo, home to the Museum of Textiles and Costumes. See how noble Venetians dressed in the 17th and 18th centuries and learn about the history and importance of perfume in the city’s culture and economy. Special reduced tickets for children make this a family-friendly stop.
Step back in time to the golden age of Italian opera with this guided tour of Venice’s Teatro La Fenice. Learn the history and legends of this decadent Baroque opera house, which was once the heart of Venetian high society and hosted performances by masterful maestros like Verdi, Rossini and Bellini.
Enjoy a memorable night out in Venice with this package that includes dinner at a top-rated local restaurant, followed by a chamber music concert at a historic church. Enjoy a savory three-course meat or fish meal at Osteria Leon Bianco, and then make your way to the 17th-century Church of San Vidal for an intimate performance by the renowned Interpreti Veneziani ensemble. Immerse yourself in the atmospheric setting as the talented musicians bring to life classic Baroque compositions by maestros such as Bach, Mozart, Handel and Vivaldi.
Venice is delightful any time of day, but the city shows its true romantic spirit after the sun sets each evening. Enjoy the beauty of Venice by night with an evening out in the historic center. Relax over an intimate dinner in a traditional Venetian restaurant just off St. Mark’s Square, and then enjoy a classical music concert in the historic Church of San Vidal a short stroll away.
Celebrate the New Year in grand Venetian style with a New Year's Eve or New Year's Day concert by the acclaimed I Musici Veneziani performers. The ornate historic surroundings of a salon in the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro provide a sophisticated backdrop for a recital of classics by Mozart, Verdi, Strauss, and others. Feel transported to the 18th century as you revel in the sensory delights of 14 singers and musicians bringing these compositions to life while adorned in rich period costumes.
Murano, a tight cluster of islands on the outskirts of Venice, has been the center of the city’s glassmaking industry since 1291. This small-group glass-blowing demonstration takes place in a historic former church dubbed Ex Chiesa di Santa Chiara, and allows you to observe glass-making masters at work as they bend and sculpt glass to create two original pieces before your eyes.
Take a backstage tour of the Floating City’s La Fenice theater and opera house. Considered one of the most culturally significant buildings in Italy, the space is decorated in lavish gold and stucco. Learn about its storied history from the 1700s, how the building burned on multiple occasions, and a few secrets about the stars who performed there.
Experience the history of Muranese glass, discovering the roots of glass art and the millennial wisdom of its Masters.
See the demonstration of traditional glass processing techniques carried out by the master glassmaker.
Travel millions of years into the past without wasting time waiting in line with this priority entrance ticket to Fondaco dei Turchi, home to Venice’s Natural History Museum. Admire dinosaur skeletons, fossils, and artifacts collected during the city’s Age of Exploration displayed in a dazzling palace along the Grand Canal. This family-friendly museum offers special reduced rates for children, making this an ideal stop for the curious of all ages.
Reserve your spot at an exclusive masked ball at the Venice Carnival with an all-inclusive package that helps you dress for the occasion. Held in the medieval Palazzo Contarini, the annual Ball of Dreams re-creates an enchanting atmosphere from a bygone era, complete with a gourmet dinner, drinks, dessert buffet, and dancing. Costumes and masks are required, so choose your level of luxury from a professional costume shop.
Experience Italian culinary arts and music during this 3-hour evening event in one of Venice's most beautiful palaces. Listen to talented musicians play classical music as you dig into a home-cooked, 3-course meal, followed by coffee and dessert.
Immerse yourself in the culture of the Venetian Carnival with this exclusive experience held in a historic venue. Receive your own carnival mask to wear as you join in with dancing, listen to live music, and taste traditional Venetian sweets accompanied by Prosecco.
Discover why Venice is a city of music with this unique experience in the heart of the city. Hear the music of the great Venetian composers of the Baroque period played on instruments from the period. The program changes every week and includes prestigious guest ensembles from around the world.
The School of devotion and charity dedicated to S. Maria del Monte Carmelo was founded in 1594. Three years later it obtained official recognition and in 1767 it was elevated to "Grande". The internal rooms of the school have preserved the original original furnishings, consisting of important oil paintings, rich stucco ceilings and original carved wooden backs.
The greatest artists have contributed to the construction of the Scuola Grande dei Carmini: by the architect Baldassarre Longhena who oversaw the design of the great Giambattista Tiepolo who between 1739 and 1749 painted the nine incomparable canvases on the ceiling of the "Sala del Chapter".
The Venice Musicarmini Concert Association aims to add classical music with spectacular and top-level performances to this incredible context of sublime pictorial and architectural art
The Venetian Canali reflect her beauty…this create an image that’s even more beautiful that the real one…
In a New Awsome Baroque Location ( Palazzo Cà Zenobio ) i wait for you to live a night of pure Venetian atmosphere, to plunge in the Decadence of 18th Century…
Can you jump in a parallel World with another you waiting to be revealed?
yes you can…
Because reality is for those with no imagination
Dare to glance in “The Magic Mirror” !
Giulia Russolo Welcomes you