Oratorio del Gonfalone: The Gonfalone tells its story
About the Event
For an extraordinary evening of Baroque music, visit the impressive Oratorio del Gonfalone in Rome to hear the masterpieces of Vivaldi, Stradella and Cavalli.
The Oratory of the Gonfalone opens its doors on two special dates to take you on a real journey through time to discover music and beauty.
A guided tour interspersed with various musical moments will allow you to relive the atmosphere of Rome in the second half of the 16th century, a unique experience in a place that stands out for its uniqueness.
You will be accompanied with music by Maestro Angela Naccari, harpsichordist and teacher at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia and Maestro Enrico Torre, countertenor of the Sistine Chapel Choir.
Dr. Francesca Macera, Art Historian, will guide you through the history of the Oratory and its magnificent frescoes.
The visit will be held in Italian except for a brief introduction to the event in English.
A descriptive text of the Oratory in English will be made available for those who wish.