Rome

The Eternal City breathes a long and mysterious history, exuding enigmatic sensations of royalty, religion, passion, destruction, and creativity. Rome has a charmed relationship with the number seven, claiming seven famous kings of this land built on seven hills. In fact, the Roman Empire is known to have had many more than seven kings the number of hills it encompasses is also somewhat larger – and the number of outstanding concert halls and theaters (in addition to Rome’s countless precious museums and monuments) is incalculable.

Explore Rome’s dramatic ruins and revel in the luminous accomplishments of its intense people of the Tiber River. Rome’s extensive past can make Italy’s venerated traditions of classical music seem young in comparison, but rest assured that Rome’s dozens of incomparable halls, palaces, theaters, and salons resonate every night with the refined sounds of Europe’s most respected concert artists.

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  • Great Opera: Piazza Navona in Rome

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    Rigoletto

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    Rome, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

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  • Tosca: Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

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