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La Traviata at Chiesa Anglicana All Saints in Rome

Rome, All Saints Church — Main Hall

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About the Event

Experience opera like never before in this astonishing performance of Verdi's La Traviata at Rome's remarkable Chiesa Anglicana All Saints.

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The 'reduced' categories can be booked by Students, Roma passport holders, under 18, over 65


  • Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata
Program is subject to change

All Saints Church

All Saints' Church serves the Anglican community in Rome. It is an active English-speaking parish that continues the ministry of the Church of England in Italy - a tradition that began in 1816. All Saints' Church was built in 1880 on a design by architect George Edmund Street, a leading light of the Victorian Gothic Revival, and the church is an excellent example of the Victorian English aesthetic. The interior of the church is decorated with mosaic roundels in which typically-Anglican symbols can be seen. Today, All Saints' Church hosts a variety of classical concerts, including opera performances featuring talented artists from all over the world.

Giuseppe Verdi

Giuseppe Verdi was an Italian opera composer. From a young age, he developed a musical education with the help of a patron and soon dominated the Italian opera. In fact by his 30s, he became one of the most influential opera composer all over the classical scene. His most famous operas are Il Trovatore, Rigoletto and La Traviata. Furthermore, he was able to establish himself as a landowner with the income from his successful operas and focus on his private life. However, he soon returned to the scene with his new popular work Aida (1871), and three masterpieces: Otello, Requiem and Falstaff.


All Saints Church, Via del Babuino, 153, Rome, Italy — Google Maps

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