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Caravita Church


Rome Opera Concert Hall - Rome Opera Festival

The Oratory of San Francesco Saverio del Caravita (St. Francis Xavier “del Caravita”) is a 17th-century baroque oratory in Rome, near the Church of Sant’Ignazio in rione Pigna. The current oratory is built over the ruins of the late twelfth century Church of San Nicola de Forbitoribus by the Jesuit Pietro Gravita, from 1631-1633, with the financial support of a number of noble families who resided in the neighborhood near the Pantheon. The oratory was originally dedicated to Santa Maria della Pietà (Our Lady of Pity) in addition to the great Jesuit missionary Saint Francis Xavier. It was the first nocturnal oratory in Rome.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed at Caravita as a teenager in 1770, captivating the royal court of Rome.

Address: Via Caravita 7, 00198 Roma

The Caravita Church is situated in the center of Rome, between via Del Corso and Pantheon. 

Metro: Line A Spagna
Bus Line C3, 40, 53, 80, 85, 63, 70, 81, 83, 87, 160, 170, 175, 186, 271, 628, 716, 810 

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  • The Four Seasons by...


    From May 2021 - h 8.30 pm

    Caravita Church - via del Caravita 7, Rome

    Fully refundable tickets up to 48 hours before the start of the concerts

    Experience “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi in the extraordinary atmosphere of Caravita Church in Rome performed by the violinist Elvin Dhimitri, strings and harpsichord.

  • New Year's Eve...


    Dicembre 31st 2021 - h 9:00 pm

    January 1st 2022 - h 9:00 pm

    Caravita Church - Via del Caravita, 7 Rome

    Enjoy the New Year’s Eve with The Three Tenors singing the best Christmas songs and Opera arias in this magic location. The perfect way to celebrate the New Year's Eve in the city Center of Rome.

  • The Great Opera and...


    Monday 14th February 2022 h 8:30 pm

    Caravita Church - Rome

    Fully refundable tickets up to 48 hours before the start of the concerts

    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.