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Collegium Ducale Orchestral Concert in Venice

Collegium Ducale Orchestral Concert in Venice - Venice, Italy
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

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$29.01

Experience a classical music performance of 1 hour in the heart of Venice!
Marvel at the beauty of the Doge’s Palace as you listen to some of Venice's best classical musicians.
Enjoy a musical repertoire ranging from Mozart to 20th-century pieces.
Collegium Ducale Orchestral Concert aims to bring a revival experience of the sound of some of the prestigious instruments, in settings charged with history and passion. That is how the baroque music and Vivaldi's notes come back together in a fascinating location, such as Prisons Palace in front of Doge's Palace, which is  the true heart of Venice.

Collegium Ducale Orchestra: This orchestra brings together in one group musicians from the best orchestras of Veneto: the ensemble is prepared to execute a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to Twentieth century music ... More info ›

Experience a classical music performance of 1 hour in the heart of Venice!
Marvel at the beauty of the Doge’s Palace as you listen to some of Venice's best classical musicians.
Enjoy a musical repertoire ranging from Mozart to 20th-century pieces.
Collegium Ducale Orchestral Concert aims to bring a revival experience of the sound of some of the prestigious instruments, in settings charged with history and passion. That is how the baroque music and Vivaldi's notes come back together in a fascinating location, such as Prisons Palace in front of Doge's Palace, which is  the true heart of Venice.

Collegium Ducale Orchestra: This orchestra brings together in one group musicians from the best orchestras of Veneto: the ensemble is prepared to execute a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to Twentieth century music. Well-known soloist contribute both to the whole of the performance and as featured virtuosos. It is actively involved in the research and study of technique, with the aim of offering to the public a performance of pieces based on the interpretative spirit of the period they date from.

The orchestra has been performing in Venice since 1993 with the most important concert season is referred to by the title: “Venice and Europe: music beyond history”. Collegium Ducale Orchestral Concert aims to bring a revival experience of the sound of some of the prestigious instruments, in settings charged with history and passion. That is how the baroque music and Vivaldi's notes come back together in a fascinating location, such as Prisons Palace in front of Doge's Palace, which is the true heart of Venice.

See Itinerary for a listing of upcoming concerts.

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Venice Music Project

Venice Music Project - Venice, Italy

Duration: 75 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

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$34.81

Recommended by the New York Times in the article "36 Hours in Venice!" Venice Music Project takes you back to the time of Casanova and Vivaldi! You will hear the music of the great Venetian composers, played just as it was in Vivaldi's time, on period instruments. Through our "musical archaeology," we are also finding incredible music that has been lost in the archives, and you can be the first to hear it in modern day.

The varied program of Venice Music Project includes beloved pieces by the most famous composers of the Baroque period, but also introduces music that has been lost in the archives since the world went mad for Mozart, but which is absolutely stunning! The program changes every week, and includes prestigious guest ensembles from around the world ... More info ›

Recommended by the New York Times in the article "36 Hours in Venice!" Venice Music Project takes you back to the time of Casanova and Vivaldi! You will hear the music of the great Venetian composers, played just as it was in Vivaldi's time, on period instruments. Through our "musical archaeology," we are also finding incredible music that has been lost in the archives, and you can be the first to hear it in modern day.

The varied program of Venice Music Project includes beloved pieces by the most famous composers of the Baroque period, but also introduces music that has been lost in the archives since the world went mad for Mozart, but which is absolutely stunning! The program changes every week, and includes prestigious guest ensembles from around the world. In 2018, we also take a look at the period just after the Baroque time -- but with the eyes of Baroque musicians, instead of going backward from modern times, which gives an entirely different flavor.

Venice Music Project was born when a group of internationally recognized musicians, tired of traveling the world, decided to create an exciting new reality in Venice. Recommended by the New York Times, Bell'Italia, and the most prestigious hotels and travel organizations in Venice, they Ba-ROCK you with a distinctly Venetian flavour. An amazing evening for everone.

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Teatro La Fenice Tour in Venice

Teatro La Fenice Tour in Venice - Venice, Italy
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

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$23.21

Explore Venice’s Teatro La Fenice on a 1-hour walking tour and discover its history, architecture and decadent décor! Translating as ‘the phoenix’ in Italian, La Fenice has mirrored the mythical bird by rising from the ashes of two fires over the course of its history. Now restored to its 18th-century glory, the famous opera house boasts a jaw-dropping interior that has to be seen to be believed ... More info ›

Explore Venice’s Teatro La Fenice on a 1-hour walking tour and discover its history, architecture and decadent décor! Translating as ‘the phoenix’ in Italian, La Fenice has mirrored the mythical bird by rising from the ashes of two fires over the course of its history. Now restored to its 18th-century glory, the famous opera house boasts a jaw-dropping interior that has to be seen to be believed. Walk around the plush auditorium and royal box, and hear the history of this iconic Italian opera venue from a local guide.

Meet your guide at Campo San Luca in central Venice, and then stroll the short distance to Teatro La Fenice, one of the most legendary opera houses in Italy. Follow your guide inside the historical building and discover its history on your 1-hour tour.

Opened amid much hype at the end of the 18th century, the theater house quickly became the place for affluent Venetians to gather, gossip and gamble against a hubbub of opera music. Performances by European maestros such as Bellini, Rossini, Verdi and Wagner regularly took place inside Teatro La Fenice and the theater grew an avid following of locals and visitors alike.

Hear how the theater was razed to the ground by fire on not just one but two occasions, and marvel at the multi-million dollar renovations that have restored it to its former Baroque glory. Bold aqua-colored walls frame glittering gold balconies, and the theater seems to drip with grandiose ornamentation. Ogle the ornate décor and furnishings of the auditorium, visit the royal box, and walk along the rows of plush seats while imagining a cacophany of opera music around you.

After an hour of exploring the theater and hearing its history, exit the building to finish your tour.

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Interpreti Veneziani Ensemble Baroque Concert with Dinner

Interpreti Veneziani Ensemble Baroque Concert with Dinner - Venice, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

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$102.12

Complement an evening Interpreti Veneziani concert with a pre-show meal at Osteria Leon Bianco, a tucked-away Venetian gem. Savor a 3-course meat or fish menu at the beloved eatery, and then wander to the nearby Church of San Vidal where the music of the lauded Interpreti Veneziani ensemble awaits ... More info ›

Complement an evening Interpreti Veneziani concert with a pre-show meal at Osteria Leon Bianco, a tucked-away Venetian gem. Savor a 3-course meat or fish menu at the beloved eatery, and then wander to the nearby Church of San Vidal where the music of the lauded Interpreti Veneziani ensemble awaits. Relax in the historic setting, and enjoy a repertoire of baroque classics including Vivaldi’s "The Four Seasons" and more.

Make your own way to Osteria Leon Bianco, a lively little restaurant, just a few streets away from the hectic pace of the Grand Canal. Your 3-course meal (appetizer, first and second course) is offered with a choice of a meat or fish menu. Any drinks are at your own expense, and you have roughly 1.5 hours to enjoy the meal.

Savor the atmosphere inside the traditional Venetian restaurant as you eat, and then, when you are ready, make the 10-minute walk to the Church of San Vidal. Now a full-time concert venue, the former place of worship is the ideal spot for a night of baroque music with historic architecture, early Renaissance artwork and, not least, its renowned acoustics.

Take a seat and watch the musicians of the Interpreti Veneziani take to the stage under the gaze of the altarpiece Vittore Carpaccio painting San Vidal on Horseback. Members of the ensemble play original instruments and are acclaimed for their talent. Relax as the music starts — you’re in for a treat.

Enjoy a range of baroque-period music that ranges from Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” to Mozart’s “A Little Night Music.” Take a peek at the Itinerary for the full 2015 concert calendar.

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I Musici Veneziani New Year's Concert in Venice

I Musici Veneziani New Year's Concert in Venice - Venice, Italy

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

From USD
$58.02

I Musici Veneziani greet the new year with an exceptional event: a classical concert performed by the enlarged ensemble (14 musicians), introducing the Soprano Singer Vittoria Boldrin, the Tenor Singer Massimo Cagnin and the Baritone Singer Nico Mamone

Enjoy a classical concert performed by 14 professional musicians, introducing the Soprano Singer Vittoria Boldrin, the Tenor Singer Massimo Cagnin and the Baritone Singer Nico Mamone

Act 1:

D.Cimarosa - Sinfonia in re maggiore per Orchestra

W.A.Mozart - “Le Nozze di Figaro” “Farfallone amoroso”per Baritono

W.A.Mozart - “Le Nozze di Figaro” “Voi che sapete”per Soprano

G.Verdi - “Rigoletto” “Questa o quella…” per Tenore

J.Strauss - Moulinet - Polka Op.57

E.Waldtelife - “Walzer dei pattinatori”

G.B.Pergolesi - “La Serva Padrona” “Stizzoso, mio stizzoso”per Soprano

G.B.Pergolesi - “La Serva Padrona” “Lo conosco a quegli occhietti” duetto per Soprano e Baritono
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Act 2:

B.Galuppi - Sinfonia "La Diavolessa" per Orchestra

W.A.Mozart - “Don Giovanni” “Là ci darem la mano”duetto per Soprano e Baritono

J.Strauss - Pizzicato Polka

F.Lehar - “Il Paese del sorriso” “Tu che m'hai preso il cor”per Tenore

J.Strauss - Damen – Souvenir – Polka Op.236

F.Lehar - “La Vedova allegra” “Vò da Maxim" per Baritono

J.Strauss - Marcia di Radetszky

F.Lehar - “La Vedova allegra” “Tace il labbro”duetto per Soprano e Tenore

G.Verdi - “La Traviata” “Libiamo ne’ lieti calici” duetto per Soprano e Tenore

Please note: program might be subject to change without notice

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I Musici Veneziani greet the new year with an exceptional event: a classical concert performed by the enlarged ensemble (14 musicians), introducing the Soprano Singer Vittoria Boldrin, the Tenor Singer Massimo Cagnin and the Baritone Singer Nico Mamone

Enjoy a classical concert performed by 14 professional musicians, introducing the Soprano Singer Vittoria Boldrin, the Tenor Singer Massimo Cagnin and the Baritone Singer Nico Mamone

Act 1:

D.Cimarosa - Sinfonia in re maggiore per Orchestra

W.A.Mozart - “Le Nozze di Figaro” “Farfallone amoroso”per Baritono

W.A.Mozart - “Le Nozze di Figaro” “Voi che sapete”per Soprano

G.Verdi - “Rigoletto” “Questa o quella…” per Tenore

J.Strauss - Moulinet - Polka Op.57

E.Waldtelife - “Walzer dei pattinatori”

G.B.Pergolesi - “La Serva Padrona” “Stizzoso, mio stizzoso”per Soprano

G.B.Pergolesi - “La Serva Padrona” “Lo conosco a quegli occhietti” duetto per Soprano e Baritono
________

Act 2:

B.Galuppi - Sinfonia "La Diavolessa" per Orchestra

W.A.Mozart - “Don Giovanni” “Là ci darem la mano”duetto per Soprano e Baritono

J.Strauss - Pizzicato Polka

F.Lehar - “Il Paese del sorriso” “Tu che m'hai preso il cor”per Tenore

J.Strauss - Damen – Souvenir – Polka Op.236

F.Lehar - “La Vedova allegra” “Vò da Maxim" per Baritono

J.Strauss - Marcia di Radetszky

F.Lehar - “La Vedova allegra” “Tace il labbro”duetto per Soprano e Tenore

G.Verdi - “La Traviata” “Libiamo ne’ lieti calici” duetto per Soprano e Tenore

Please note: program might be subject to change without notice

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I Musici Veneziani Carnival Concert

I Musici Veneziani Carnival Concert - Venice, Italy

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Venice, Italy

From USD
$33.65

The concerts, enhanced by exquisite 18th costumes and jewerly, are performed in the wonderful Salone Capitolare, on the first floor of the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro in Rialto, where in addition I Musici Veneziani enact the most famous and beloved Opera of the great Giuseppe Verdi: "La Traviata".

The Orchestra I Musici Veneziani was formed in 1996 and owes its prestigious name to the carefully considered selection of some of the most accomplished of Venetian virtuosos. The Orchestra pays tribute to Vivaldi performing the "Four Seasons" with sopranos, mezzo-sopranos, tenors, and baritones, as well as by performing "Baroque and Opera."

The Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, dedicated to the first patron of Venice, was built from 1580 on the initiative of the brotherhood made up of merchants and artisans who, at that time, was a guest at the Church of San Salvador ... More info ›

The concerts, enhanced by exquisite 18th costumes and jewerly, are performed in the wonderful Salone Capitolare, on the first floor of the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro in Rialto, where in addition I Musici Veneziani enact the most famous and beloved Opera of the great Giuseppe Verdi: "La Traviata".

The Orchestra I Musici Veneziani was formed in 1996 and owes its prestigious name to the carefully considered selection of some of the most accomplished of Venetian virtuosos. The Orchestra pays tribute to Vivaldi performing the "Four Seasons" with sopranos, mezzo-sopranos, tenors, and baritones, as well as by performing "Baroque and Opera."

The Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, dedicated to the first patron of Venice, was built from 1580 on the initiative of the brotherhood made up of merchants and artisans who, at that time, was a guest at the Church of San Salvador. The initial plan by Simone Sorella, later was expanded by Francesco and Tommaso Contin.

In 1999, the Orchestra I Musici Veneziani began to perform its concert seasons in it, and it became the most prestigious concert hall in Venice.

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