Vivaldi's Four Seasons in Sala Verdi in Rome
About the Event
Hear Vivaldi's wonderful masterpiece and other compositions by this great master of classical music.
The Four Seasons is a group of four violin concerti composed by Italian melodist Antonio Vivaldi in 1721. In specific, each group represents the musical expression of a season of the year. In fact, the music is evocative of natural sounds of the countryside of Mantua. In general, each concerto consists of three movements and each sonnet of three sections.