Opera Omnia (Guided Visit + Concert) Tickets and Schedule

Opera Omnia (Guided Visit + Concert)

Rome (Latium)
With so much to offer visually, Rome is a city in which music can often be neglected. Every place has its angle and it isn't easy competing with the Colosseum and the Vatican. Opera Omnia has taken a thought-provoking path in using the incredible spaces that Rome has to offer not just as a backdrop for concerts, but as a fundamental aspect in the creation and presentation of their programming. This series of concerts take place in very distinctive locations: Chiesa Sant'Agnese in Agone, Galleria...
With so much to offer visually, Rome is a city in which music can often be neglected. Every place has its angle and it isn't easy competing with the Colosseum and the Vatican. Opera Omnia has taken a thought-provoking path in using the incredible spaces that Rome has to offer not just as a backdrop for concerts, but as a fundamental aspect in the creation and presentation of their programming. This series of concerts take place in very distinctive locations: Chiesa Sant'Agnese in Agone, Galleria Doria Pamphilj and, occasionally, Villa Farnesina. And beginning in September 2012, the fabulous "Marble Hall" of Palazzo Barberini will be on display during a new program of Baroque musical treasures. In addition to the musical performance, the service includes a 30-minute guided explanation (approximate, in English) of the premises. Each location is special in its own right and characterizes one of the many hidden jewels of the Eternal City. For the highlights of each location, click on the "Additional Information" link on the individual concert page.

Browse Events Schedule

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Nov 28, 2014 - Jan 30, 2015
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Nov 29, 2014 - Apr 25, 2015
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Dec 04, 2014 - Apr 30, 2015
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Dec 23, 2014 - Dec 30, 2014
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Dec 31, 2014
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Jan 11, 2015 - Jul 12, 2015

Theater Locations

The seasonal events may take place at any of the following locations:
  1. The Stadium of Domitian
  2. Palazzo Barberini, Rome
  3. Villa Farnesina, Rome
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Theater Locations

The seasonal events may take place at any of the following locations:
  1. The Stadium of Domitian
  2. Palazzo Barberini, Rome
  3. Villa Farnesina, Rome
  4. Church of S Maria Immacolata and Capuchins Museum
  5. Sant'Agnese in Agone, Rome
  6. Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Rome

Customer Reviews

A beautiful lens through which to experience Roma
Ms Elwood (Elwood, Victoria, Australia Australia)
I so loved my first evening with Opera Omnia that I signed up for a second event two days later....

Language

Operas are typically performed in their original language with Italian subtitles. Get the full story before the opera! Select Italy offers a variety of libretti in English to complement your opera tickets.

Duration

Operas, ballets and concerts can run anywhere from 1.5 to 3+ hours. Consider your evening transportation options for returning to your hotel. Some trains or public transportation may not be available after 10:30 pm.

Dress Code

Dress nicely for Italian musical events. You may be turned away if you are dressed too casually. Opening night opera performances require a full dark suit for men, an elegant dress for ladies.

Disabilities

Some theaters may be equipped for those with disabilities. Please contact Select Italy for further details.

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