IMPORTANT INFO: Children under the age of 7 and disabled persons can attend the concert for free.
CONCERT AND DINNER Choose the Dinner option for an additional 40€ per person and enjoy your Italian dinner in a romantic Restaurant, only 150m from the Church. Dinner time before the concert 6:30 pm.
Exclusive first row + skip the line €55
VIP Second and Third Row + skip the line €45.00
A Central Seat €30.00
A Red Central Seat Under 18 and/or Students €25.00
B Back Seats €20.00
FOR THE FOLLOWING REQUESTS, PLEASE CONTACT US DIRECTLY AT:
- Menu request
- Free entrance for children under 7/ disabled person
- Different seat request, other than the Exclusive First row
The opera follows the story of the courtesan Violetta. Later, she is unexpectedly overwhelmed by her love Alfredo, an upper-class young man who warns her that she should take care of herself since her lifestyle has led her to contract tuberculosis. Violetta decides to resign to her status and independence, leaving to Paris to settle in the countryside with Alfredo, the love of her life. However, his father reaches out to her to ask her to dissolve the relationship, because their relationship is compromising the honour of the upper-class family and preventing Alfredo’s sister to get married. Alfredo is broken hearted and unaware of the reason why his lover has abandoned him, and only finds out the truth when it is too late. Violetta, worn out by the lethal disease, dies in his arms.
Enjoy the most famous opera ever, performed by extraordinary singers with choir, orchestra and ballet reenacting this turbulent story.
TITLE: La Traviata. Melodrama in three acts.
LIBRETTO: Francesco Maria Piave.
MUSIC: Giuseppe Verdi.
VIOLETTA VALÉRY: (Soprano) Maristella Mariani/Aleksandra Buczek
ALFREDO GERMONT: (Tenor) Emil Alekperov
GIORGIO GERMONT: his father (Baritone) Christian Alderete
FLORA BERVOIX-ANNINA: (Mezzo-soprano) Sara Foletto
GASTONE: Viscount of Letorières(Tenor) Carlo Napoletani
BARONE DOUPHOL: (Baritone) Andrea Scorsolini
DOCTOR GRENVIL: (Bass) Fabrizio Nestonni
COMMISION AGENT: (Bass) Giuseppe Trovato
CHOIR: Servants and noblemen, friends of Violetta and Flora, picadores and matadores, gypsies, Violetta’s and Flora’s servants, masks
DANCERS: Teatro dell’Opera di Roma School
Special guest Giorgio Gatti – Marchese D’Obigny
Choreography: Valerio Polverari
Conductor: Nicola Samale
Scenes and costumes: Bolero Sartoria
Artistic director: Giuseppina Cuccaro
Opera e Lirica Orchestra
- OPENING TIME: 08:00pm/ STARTING TIME: 08:30pm (EVERY TUESDAY)
- LA TRAVIATA IN ROME: the Original Opera by Giuseppe Verdi with ballet in three acts
- BREAKS: 2 breaks of 10 minutes
- END TIME: 10:30pm
- Exclusive tickets first row (Other tickets available on request)
- Skip the line access
- Optional dinner for an additional €40 (on request)
- Live opera with choir, orchestra and ballet
- See the original Opera by Giuseppe Verdi and Artists from the most prestigious Theatres, such as "Teatro dell'Opera di Roma" and "Teatro Verdi of Salerno"
- Relish Special guest Giorgio Gatti as Marchese D'Obigny
- Enjoy an extraordinary and memorable experience surrounded by the fascinating atmosphere of St. Paul within the Walls Church
- Admire professional Ballet dancers and a breathtaking choreography performance
- The Songs will be in Italian
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