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Address: Teatro La Fenice, Venice - Campo San Fantin, San Marco, 1965

Directions: Teatro La Fenice is located in the heart of Venice. Consult detailed map for directions from your accommodations.

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Program Schedule

Availability Details & Book
Aug 25, 2019
$57.00 - $338.00
Sep 01, 2019
$57.00 - $294.00
Sep 03, 2019
$57.00 - $232.00
Sep 06, 2019
$57.00 - $294.00
Sep 12, 2019
$57.00 - $232.00
Sep 19, 2019
$57.00 - $232.00

Opera & Concerts at a Glance


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.

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.


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.


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

Performance Info

Performance Description

Written by Giacosa and Illica, the libretto for Tosca was based on the play of the same name by Victorien Sardou (1887), which Puccini saw starring Sarah Bernhardt in 1889. The opera premiered at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on 14th January, 1900 and has remained immensly popular ever since, with its story of love and death set against a historical and political background at the time of the restoration of the Pope and Napoleon’s campaigns in Italy.

A sensational drama, with a plot that is anything but banal, treating themes such as bigotry and hypocrisy, political power and corruption, Tosca displays Puccini’s innovative musical techniques, differing from his previous operas such as the more lyrical Bohème, which range from reviving old Church modes to anticipating the music of Schoenberg, Stravinsky and Debussy.


Daniele Rustioni and Marco Paladin


  • Sebastian Catana - Scarpa
  • Cristiano Olivieri - Spoletta
  • Matteo Ferrara - Il sagrestano
  • Cristian Saitta - Cesare Angelotti
  • Azer Zada - Mario Cavaradossi
  • Chiara Isotton - Floria Tosca
  • Armando Gabba - Sciarrone