Caracalla 2019: Roberto Bolle and Friends

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Immerse yourself in the stunning architecture of Rome's breathtaking Baths of Caracalla for the ultimate concert set to awake your understanding of classical music.

The extraordinary Roberto Bolle, famous Etoile and solo dancer of the American Ballet Theatre in New York, returns to the Baths of Caracalla.
The gala, which is the result of the experience and charisma of Roberto Bolle as interpreter and artistic director, brings together some of the greatest stars of the international ballet scene.
The dialogue that Roberto Bolle is able to engage in with the architectural background as interpreter and artistic director offers those present a deeply emotional aesthetic and artistic experience.

The Baths of Caracalla are ancient baths in Rome and among the largest thermal baths in the Eternal City.
The construction of the Caracalla baths probably started in 206 under Septimius Severus and was completed in 216 under Emperor Caracalla. Further extensions, such as arcades and decorations, were carried out under the emperors Elagabal and Severus Alexander, so that the complex was not really completed until 235 AD. Together with the Diocletian Baths it belonged to the public and free bathing palaces.
In 537 the Ostrogoths destroyed the water pipe during the siege of Rome, which stopped the bathing activities. Nevertheless, they were regarded as the best preserved thermal baths until the Renaissance.
In 1824 systematic excavations began under Count Girolamo Egidio di Velo, who found the mosaic with the athletes. Nowadays the Rome Opera hosts open-air opera performances here.

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