Venice

Venice enchants people from all over the world with its distinctive location and scenic bridges. This city of chivalrous gondoliers is not famous not only for its waterways, quaint paths, and fascinating architecture, but also for its classical music: the longtime home of Antonio Vivaldi, Venice has hosted the proud premieres of many of Italy’s most famous operas. The deeply revered musical culture of Venice is reflected in the architectural splendor of its abundant houses, from the most evocative Renaissance churches to the most innovative modern theater. Here you can experience some of the world’s great classical artists; discover the luxurious yet lighthearted feeling of concert life on the Adriatic in one of Venice’s brightly sparkling halls.

  • I Virtuosi Italiani

    Sun, Mar 26 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Santa Maria della Pietà

    Sales end: Mar 26 2017, 19:30
  • I Musici Veneziani: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

    Sun, Mar 26 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Scuola Grande di San Teodoro

    Sales end: Mar 26 2017, 17:30
  • Musica a Palazzo: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Sun, Mar 26 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto

    Sales end: Mar 26 2017, 14:30
  • Interpreti Veneziani: Violins in Venice

    Sun, Mar 26 2017, 21:00

    Italy, Venice, Chiesa di San Vidal

    Sales end: Mar 26 2017, 18:00
  • Musica a Palazzo: La Traviata

    Mon, Mar 27 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto

  • Virtuosi di Venezia: Vivaldi and Opera

    Mon, Mar 27 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Ateneo di San Basso

  • Collegium Ducale: Vivaldi and Baroque

    Mon, Mar 27 2017, 21:00

    Italy, Venice, Palazzo delle Prigioni

    Sales end: Mar 26 2017, 21:00
  • Interpreti Veneziani: Violins in Venice

    Mon, Mar 27 2017, 21:00

    Italy, Venice, Chiesa di San Vidal

  • Virtuosi di Venezia: Vivaldi's Four Seasons

    Tue, Mar 28 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Ateneo di San Basso

  • I Musici Veneziani: Baroque and Opera

    Tue, Mar 28 2017, 20:30

    Italy, Venice, Scuola Grande di San Teodoro