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I Musici Veneziani Concert: Vivaldi Four Seasons

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    Visit: I Musici Veneziani, Scuola Grande Di San Teodoro Campo San Salvador, 30141 Venice Italy

    I Musici Veneziani in the famous and touching "Four Seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi: four concerts for violin and strings that represent scenes of nature in music, inspired by each season of year. The program is enriched by three other major concerts for string.
    The well-known orchestra I Musici Veneziani is comprised of virtuosic musicians. The orchestra is joined in concert by operatic soloists from all over the world. The musicians perform in typical 18th century Venetian costume, enhancing the concert's festive atmosphere. A wonderful way to make music a part of your visit to Venice.
    A. VIVALDI Concerto per Archi e Cembalo in Re minoreAllegro, Adagio, Allegro
    T. ALBINONIAdagioper Archi e Organo in Sol minore
    La PrimaveraOp.8 n1 in Mi maggioreAllegro, Largo, Allegro
    L' EstateOp.8 n.2 in Sol minoreAllegro non molto, Adagio, Presto, Presto
    J. PACHELBEL Canone
    L' AutunnoOp.8 n.3 in Fa maggioreAllegro, Adagio, Allegro
    L' InvernoOp.8 n.4 in Fa minoreAllegro, Largo, Allegro
    Please note: program is subject to change. Verify schedule at www.imusiciveneziani.com.
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    Reviewed 2 days ago

    We decided to go to this concert for two reason s, firstly it is my favorite piece of music, secondly my Granddaughter plays the viola in the Melbourne Youth Orchestra and while in Venice she wanted to hear and see a concert. It was wonderful,...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Jan11Adelaide
    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    Wow! Fabulous fabulous fabulous! This was an amazing evening of music. So much talent. We cannot recommend this more highly. I would definitely get the front seats and pay extra - worth every penny. I would also suggest getting there about 45/60 minutes earlier than...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank bevlagarland
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago

    Fabulous to see such a great performance in C18th dress! My 12 year old granddaughter really enjoyed the spectacle.

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Oxt123
    Reviewed July 12, 2019 via mobile

    Great 90 minute performance of Vivaldi’s most famous work. You don’t need to be a fan or even know anything about classical music to enjoy. but if you do you won’t be disappointed by the solid performance of this baroque chamber orchestra. There are two...More

    Thank tomf53
    Reviewed July 11, 2019 via mobile

    This concert hall is located within a 10 minute walk from San Marco Square. I booked it for my wife (I’m not a huge fan of classical music). I knew that she would love it. However. I was also very impressed with the talent of...More

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    August 11, 2019|
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    Response from redforpluck | Reviewed this property |
    It varied from 'smart casual' to smart jeans and T shirt, definitely not full length evening gown and tiara but a nice 'cocktail' dress and smart trousers and shirt would be fine if you wanted to dress up.
    August 10, 2019|
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    Response from Oxt123 | Reviewed this property |
    Probably best to walk - c10 minutes. The vaporetto on the Grand canal can be quite slow with lots of stops but if you do get off at Rialto walk straight ahead, turn right and you are there - c1 minute.
    July 26, 2019|
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    Response from redforpluck | Reviewed this property |
    For the concert hall (if it is San Salvadore concert hall)you need the Rialto Vaporetto stop which is 6/7 stops from Ferrovia (the railway Vaporetto stop). It takes about 20-30 minuts depending on river traffic. It is then... More
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