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CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERTS IN ROME

OPERA GREATEST HITS AND ROMANTIC PIANO CLASSICS
IN THE HEART OF ROME, WITH APERITIVO, EVERY FRIDAY AT 7:30 PM

 

CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERTS IN ROME

One of the main objectives of RomeConcerts is to perform Classical and Operatic concerts in the heart of Rome, making it easier for tourists who are in the Eternal City to participate.

Classical music concerts in Rome enjoy many important places.
The first is “Parco della musica”, which houses the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, one of the oldest musical institutions in the world, dating back to the sixteenth century; then there are the Roman Philharmonic Academy, the University Institution of Concerts, and many others.
But all these places are far from the center of Rome: which makes it difficult for tourists to attend classical music recitals and opera concerts; unless they decide to lose much of their precious time sitting in a taxi.

Ponte Sant'Angelo
The Basilica of San Pietro seen from the Sant'Angelo bridge, which is just a few meters from RomeConcerts

RomeConcerts is the right choice for the high quality of its concerts and the place where they are held: in the heart of Rome, a few meters from Castel Sant'Angelo and the Basilica of San Pietro, very close to Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.

In short, RomeConcerts is the perfect stop on a beautiful day, after visiting the Basilica of San Pietro, or the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant'Angelo, or the Cloister of Bramante.

DATES AND PRICES

2018 concert season

 Dates

Every Friday at 7:30 PM, from 2 March to 30 November 2018, excluding the month of August.
In addition, there are 3 concerts during the Christmas holiday period.
 
 

 Prices

General Price € 30
Kids (under 12, with ID) FREE
Teens (13-18 YO, with ID) € 20
Youngs (19-26 YO, with ID) € 25
(Prices include the Concert and the Aperitivo with the artists)
 
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 Where

Methodist Church
Piazza di Ponte Sant'Angelo 68
Rome (Italy)
A few meters from Sant'Angelo Castel and the St. Peter's Basilica.
 
 
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 Timetable and other info

Doors open at 7:00 PM, concert begins at 7:30 PM sharp and ends around 8:45 PM.
The concert is without interval.
Aperitivo with the artists from 8:45 PM to 9:15 PM.
No dresscode requested.
The hall is fully accessible for wheelchairs.
 
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 Box office

Piazza di Ponte Sant'Angelo 68
Rome (Italy)
On Fridays, from 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
 
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 ARRIVING BY BUS

Lines 34, 40, 46, 62, 64, 190, 190F, 280, 916, 916F, 982, N5, N15 and N20 have stops near the hall.

 

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2018 concert season

 

Opera Greatest Hits

CELEBRATED OPERA ARIAS AND DUETS, FAMOUS NEAPOLITAN SONGS, AND MORE, THE CLASSICS OF THE ROMANTIC PIANO

(APERITIVO WITH THE ARTISTS INCLUDED)

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Christmas Concerts 2018

CELEBRATED OPERA ARIAS AND DUETS, THE CLASSICS OF THE ROMANTIC PIANO, THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SONGS

(APERITIVO WITH THE ARTISTS INCLUDED)

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Musical programs

 
OPERA GREATEST HITS
CELEBRATED OPERA ARIAS AND DUETS, FAMOUS NEAPOLITAN SONGS, AND MORE, THE CLASSICS OF THE ROMANTIC PIANO
 
APRIL 20 AND 27
MAY 4 AND 11
 
  • “O mio babbino caro”, from Gianni Schicchi, by Giacomo Puccini;
  • “E lucevan le stelle”, from Tosca, by Giacomo Puccini;
  • Fantasie impromptu op.66, by Fryderyk Chopin;
  • “Qui la voce sua soave”, from I puritani, by Vincenzo Bellini;
  • “Ah, la paterna mano”, from Macbeth, by Giuseppe Verdi;
  • “La danza” (tarantella), by Gioacchino Rossini;
  • “La donna è mobile”, by Giuseppe Verdi;
  • Notturno in E flat major, op.9 n.2, by Fryderyk Chopin;
  • “Parigi, o cara”, from La traviata, by Giuseppe Verdi;
  • Waltz in C sharp minor, op.64 n.2, by Fryderyk Chopin;
  • “Vogliatemi bene”, from Madama Butterfly, by Giacomo Puccini;
  • Concert paraphrase on Rigoletto after Verdi's opera, by Franz Liszt;
  • Torna a Surriento, by Ernesto De Curtis;
  • Core 'ngrato, by Salvatore Cardillo;
  • Funiculì funiculà, by Luigi Denza.
Alessandro Fantini (tenor)
Federica Gibilisco (soprano)
Giovanni Velluti (pianist)

The concert starts at 7:30 PM, is without interval and lasts about 75 minutes. The Aperitivo with the artists is immediately after.

Musical programs are indicative and, on some occasions, may be subject to some modification.

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Via Colle Sant'Agapito 3A
00036 - Palestrina (RM) Italia
Codice Fiscale 93026180583
Partita IVA 14112381000

RomeConcerts is a cultural association. So the ticket prices include the membership fee.

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