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Verdi Opera 2013

Verdi Opera 2013

Special performances throughout the year

Classictic invites you to celebrate the 200th birthday of opera composer Giuseppe Verdi. Born in Parma Italy on the 10th of October, 1813, Verdi has given us many of our most beloved operas. Always a thrilling performance to experience; 2013 promises many Verdi birthday events that you will not want to miss.

In the listing below you will find performances of Verdi Opera to enjoy in 2013 and celebrate his birth year.

Venice | Ateneo di San Basso

Virtuosi di Venezia: Vivaldi and Opera

A charming and memorable concert of Mozart and Vivaldi performed by the San Marco Chamber Orchestra.

Siena | Auditorium S.Stefano alla Lizza

Italian Opera in Siena

Experience beautiful and well-known arias from the great Italian opera repertoire.

Florence | Chiesa di Santa Monaca

Italian Opera in Santa Monaca Church

A program of arias from La Traviata, La Bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, and more.

Venice | Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto

Musica a Palazzo: La Traviata

The extraordinary setting in an 18th-century palazzo heightens the emotional intensity of Verdi's opera.

Venice | Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista

La Traviata in S.Giovanni Evangelista

Enjoy La Traviata in Venice!

Florence | Complesso Monumentale 'Il Fuligno'

Italian Opera at Fuligno

A program of arias and duets from La Traviata, La Bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, and more.

Rome | Chiesa Evangelica Valdese

La Traviata: complete opera with ballet

The Opera in Roma presents Verdi's masterpiece in a performance with elements of dance.

Florence | Auditorium al Duomo

Wine & Opera: La Traviata

Enjoy Verdi's La Traviata and taste the delicious specialities of Florence in the heart of the city!

Berlin | Deutsche Oper Berlin

La Traviata: Deutsche Oper Berlin

The Deutsche Oper Berlin presents one of Verdi's most popular operas, a tragedy of heartrending proportions.

Venice | Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista

Opera Gala

Enjoy the most famous opera arias performed by baritone, tenor, soprano, string quartet, and piano!