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Sala Verdi Concert Hall
Sala Verdi is a charming Concert Hall located in the city center of Rome, between Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Venezia, furnished with 200 comfortable armchairs.
The entrance of the Concert Hall is from Hotel Quirinale that was built in 1865 just in the period in which the area between the central station and Piazza Venezia was developing. Via Nazionale, the first major road in the city, was born as a link between the station and the most populous area of the city. In this hotel of typically Italian tradition you can still breathe the centuries-old history of the city. The numerous period furniture in imperial style and the antique decorations present in all the public and private rooms of the hotel give the Hotel Quirinale that atmosphere of particular elegance and charm which characterize it in an original way.
Giuseppe Verdi stayed there for the Roman premiere of Fallstaff, Toscanini for his debut conducting Carmen, Mascagni for the premiere of Iris in 1898, Puccini for the premiere of Tosca in 1900. At the beginning of the 20th century, the French restaurant was opened towards the Opera House, in Art Nouveau style, with an iron structure with glass windows overlooking the garden. Today on the facade there are two plaques commemorating some of its most illustrious guests: one dedicated to the composer Giuseppe Verdi, the other to the patriot Giacomo Medici.
Spectators will be able to take advantage of a series of services that will make the musical experience even more comfortable: air conditioning, toilets, disabled access, bar, restaurant, internal garden.
Concerts on September 21-23-28 will take place at Sala Verdi Concert Hall in via Nazionale 7 Rome near Piazza della Repubblica. From October 5 until December 14 Vivaldi concerts will take pace at Flaiano Theater near Pantheon.
Start time 8:30 pm. End time 10:00 pm.
Fully refundable tickets up to 48 hours before the start of the concerts
Experience “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi in Rome performed by the violinist Elvin Dhimitri, strings and harpsichord.