The charm of the music performed in a sacred place reaches a level of intense and enchanting emotions that go beyond words, if the music is the Italian opera and the sacred place is St. Paul within the Walls, opening its doors every day to hundreds of visitors.
The 19th-century church of St. Paul within the Walls is an Anglican church located in the city centre of Rome and it has always hosted classical music performers and singers because of its fine acoustics. Built in 1873, it was the first non-Catholic Roman church to be built inside the walls of Rome.
The Church’s atmosphere becomes utterly magic at night, when the moonlight pierces through the rose windows and the candles enlighten the nave in a religious silence. Abandon yourself to the beauty of our opera songs in a holy atmosphere.
An incredible intimate experience in the heart of the Eternal City, at the border between past and future.
EVENTS AT ST. PAUL WITHIN THE WALLS:
Address: Via Nazionale 16/A, 00185 Roma
HOW TO GET THERE
The Church of St. Paul’s within the Walls is situated in the center of Rome, on the corner of Via Nazionale and Via Napoli.
Metro: Line A Repubblica – Line B Termini
Bus: Line 40, 60, 64, 70, 170
EVERY TUESDAY - h. 8.30 pm
ROME OPERA CONCERT HALL - ST. PAUL WITHIN THE WALLS CHURCH
Experience “La Traviata” by Giuseppe Verdi in the extraordinary atmosphere of St. Paul’s Within the Walls Church in Rome. Live the most romantic opera ever, exclusively performed by Opera e Lirica’s internationally renown singers with choir, orchestra and ballet. Book now your Rome opera tickets!
EVERY FRIDAY - h. 8.30 pm
ROME OPERA CONCERT HALL - ST. PAUL'S WITHIN THE WALLS CHURCH
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 and L’Elisir d’amore and the most beautiful Neapolitan songs, like “O’sole mio” and “Torna a Surriento”. The enchanting voices of our three tenors, accompanied by the strings and grand piano, will resound in the splendid IXX century Anglican Church.