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Date: from 2019-04-04 to 2019-06-20

Opening times

Every Thursday
h 19.00 - Museum tour included in the price
h 20.00 - Concert starts
Duration 90 minutes

Tosca
April 4
May 2, 30
June 27

Rigoletto
April 11
May 9
June 6

Madama Butterfly
April 18
May 16
June 13

Carmen
April 25
May 23
June 20

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Address

Address: Via della Conciliazione, 19
Zone: Rione Borgo (Castel Sant'Angelo) (Roma centro)
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Information

Reduced Ticket: €30.00
Ticket: €35.00

Audioguide and Tour included in the price
Our customers can enjoy 10% exclusive discount in the Museum shop

Contacts

Telephone: Prenotazione 06 64561860 - 351 505 7608

Description

The unique museum in the world dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci with recognized masterpieces reproduced in full scale and worked with traditional materials and procedures of the renaissance workshops.
Our customers can visit the Museum before the concert.

Feel the passion of famous operas in a delightful shortened version in the original location of the Da Vinci Experience Museum, a few steps from St. Peter's Basilica, in the heart of Rome.
Opera in Roma will accompany you to discover the most famous Operas ever: Tosca, Rigoletto, Madama Butterfly and Carmen.

Tosca
Tosca, a famous singer in the stereotypical Diva mode – Rossana Cardia – Soprano
Cavaradossi, painter by trade and the lover of Tosca – Delfo Paone – Tenor
Scarpia, the Chief of Police – Andrea Carnevale – Baritone
Piano: Davide Dellisanti
Violin/Cello: Orazio Vicari/ Barbara Painvain
Clarinet: Valerio De Negri

Rigoletto
Rigoletto, the Duke's jester – baritone – Giuseppe Milli
Gilda, Rigoletto's daughter – soprano – Mariangela Cafaro/Flavia Palazzo
The Duke – tenor – Andrea Villa/Delfo Paone
Maddalena, assassin's sister - mezzo-soprano - Olivia Andreini/Elisabetta Basirico
Piano: Davide Dellisanti
Violin/Cello: Orazio Vicari/ Barbara Painvain
Clarinet: Valerio De Negri

Madama Butterfly
Benjamin Pinkerton, American naval lieutenant; to be married to Cio-Cio-San. – Andrea
Villa/Delfo Paone – Tenor
Cio-Cio San, (Madama Butterfly), Japanese former geisha girl, to be married to Pinkerton.–Rossana Cardia – Soprano
Sharpless, American Consul in Nagasaki - Mauro Utzeri – Baritone
Suzuki, Cio-Cio San’s maid. – Olivia Andreini/Elisabetta Basirico - Mezzo-soprano
Piano: Davide Dellisanti
Violin/Cello: Orazio Vicari/ Barbara Painvain
Clarinet: Valerio De Negri

Carmen
Carmen, a gypsy; Olivia Andreini/Elisabetta Basirico – Mezzo Soprano
Don Josè, a corporal of dragoons; Adriano Gentili/Delfo Paone – Tenor
Escamillo, a matador; Donato Martini/Giuseppe Milli – Baritone
Piano: Davide Dellisanti
Violin/Cello: Orazio Vicari/ Barbara Painvain
Clarinet: Valerio De Negri

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Last checked: 2019-02-01 13:26