If you are looking for ideas on what to do in Rome you can’t miss an opera concert to immerse yourself in the panorama of Italian culture in order to end up your Roman holidays in the best way.
Shows to see in Rome: La Traviata
La Traviata is perhaps one of Giuseppe Verdi's most famous works, and tells the story of impossible love between Violetta Valery and Alfredo Germont. It is an opera in three acts composed by Verdi on a libretto by Francesco Maria Piave which was staged for the first time on March 6, 1853 at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. If you want to live the most romantic opera of all time, the appointment is in the extraordinary atmosphere of St Paul's within the Walls Church, every Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Concert The Three Tenors: Opera Arias, Naples And Songs
Among the opera concerts in Rome we also recommend "the Three Tenors", inspired by the popular concert of the Three Tenors L. Pavarotti, P. Domingo and J. Carreras which took place in Los Angeles in 1994. The show sees the protagonists of Opera and Lyric perform inside the neo-Gothic church of San Paolo within the Walls on November 26 and on December 3, 10 and 17. The Three Tenors will also dedicate a special concert as the new year arrives. For the New Year 2021 in Rome will take place two shows, on December 31 and January 1, which will combine Strauss's waltzes and Christmas carols with more classical opera arias, inside the Caravita Oratory, a magical place steeped in mysticism.
The Four Seasons By Vivaldi In Rome
The opera season of Opera and Lirica also brings Vivaldi's Four Seasons to the stage, the most revolutionary work of the great Venetian musician. To experience an evening dedicated to the italian musical tradition do not miss the last appointment of 2021: November 25 at the Oratory of Caravita.