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Correale Museum of Sorrento
CORREALE MUSEUM OF SORRENTO
Sorrento Opera Concert Hall - Sorrento Opera Festival
The Correale Museum of Terranova is an archaeological museum and art gallery located in the centre of Sorrento. Inaugurated in 1924, the museum has 24 exhibition rooms, spread across the four floors of the eighteenth-century villa. It offers its visitors the incredible collection of paintings and portraits in the Neapolitan style of the Posillipo district, dating back from the XV to XIX Century, so as the precious porcelains shaped with the famous Capodimonte method.
The museum is one of the tourist highlights in Sorrento, and the Italian opera performed in this fascinating location is the perfect blend of art and emotion, culture and passion.
From April until October the Opera e Lirica concerts take place in Sorrento in this gorgeous mansion overlooking the Gulf of Naples, offering our guests an evocative view, with its three floors and its majesty, while the garden surrounding the museum infuses the atmosphere with fragrances and colours.
The opera singers voices resound in the golden rooms of the Correale Museum, when the light of sunset is a prelude to the magic of the night in Sorrento
Address: via Correale 50, Sorrento (NA)
HOW TO GET THERE
The Correale Museum of Sorrento is located in the city center of Sorrento, at a 5-minute walking distance from Piazza Lauro and 10 minutes on foot from Piazza Tasso.
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Correale Museum of Terranova - via Correale 50, Sorrento
Tuesday, Wednesday start time 9:00 pm.
Double show times on Saturday: start time 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
Duration 80 mins.
On site you can buy a wine tasting for 5 euros, with the opportunity of visiting the museum garden.
Inspired by “The Three Tenors” concerts by Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and José Carreras, Opera e Lirica presents famous Italian opera arias from Tosca, La Traviata, Rigoletto, Turandot and L’Elisir d’amore and the most beautiful Neapolitan songs, like “O’sole mio” and “Torna a Surriento”. Be enchanted by the voices of our Three Tenors resounding in the magnificent halls of the Correale Museum of Terranova, in the heart of Sorrento.