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Festival Pucciniano

Via delle Torbiere, 55049 Torre del Lago Puccini, Italy
+39 0584 359322
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Two in two nights

Delighted to return to Largo having been there previously in 2005, for Madame Butterfly and Tosca... read more

Reviewed yesterday
St Albans Herts
via mobile
Puccini Festival - enjoyable experience, few tips for visitors

We saw Turandot and LaRondine in a row. Great music, nice performance. Especially LaRondine, less... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rossitza L
Sofia, Bulgaria
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“open air” (4 reviews)
“stage set” (2 reviews)
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Via delle Torbiere, 55049 Torre del Lago Puccini, Italy
+39 0584 359322

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Delighted to return to Largo having been there previously in 2005, for Madame Butterfly and Tosca. The auditorium has improved substantially but the seats are just as uncomfortable as before and the queues for the toilets unbearable and totally impractical -but only if you are...More

Thank Godknowswhat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw Turandot and LaRondine in a row. Great music, nice performance. Especially LaRondine, less famous opera of Puccini. We thought it would be difficult to reach the Festival complex and to park, but it was very well organised. Just a few tips for Opera...More

1  Thank Rossitza L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw Boheme performed - and loved it. The event is great for the music and just as good for people-watching too. It's best to be reasonably smart - though some men did wear shorts. It's also fine to really dress up. (there seemed to...More

2  Thank Herbert T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw Turandot and were very happy with both the production and the orchestra and singers. My friends who love opea and have been looking at this festival as a second rate one have now acknowledged it's becoming better and really worth seeing.

1  Thank Tinde_K
Reviewed October 10, 2016

Visited in August 2016 to see performance of Madam Butterfly. I usually like to buy the best tickets I can for such an event well in advance but since this is open air, top price tickets at £130 each, and given all the t &...More

3  Thank Emily's_Grandad
Reviewed September 2, 2016 via mobile

Watched Madama Butterfly, Tosca and Turandot (August 2016) - the open air theatre is spacious, comfortable and clean. Staff are friendly and engaging. Quality of the opera was very high. Butterfly was mediocre but Tosca and Turandot were very good. Surrounding area was beautiful. If...More

2  Thank DWB1982
Reviewed August 16, 2016

Against the heavenly backdrop of the lake and mountains we were treated to a meteor sighting against a veil of the milky way during the last night of Tosca!!!Breathtaking.Bonus to see talented soprano Deborah Vincenzi performing in the chorus!

1  Thank mary v
Reviewed August 2, 2016

Of course if you want to hear the great singers with great acoustics don't expect them at an open air opera festival. We saw Boheme and Turandot. I thought the productions were excellent, beautifully staged and the setting is beautiful. We were in the centre...More

2  Thank JoFCP
Reviewed July 24, 2016 via mobile

A beautiful venue, especially on a lovely summer evening. The stage sets were exceptional (smoke from chimneys, for example), the music divine. As with any performance, you're a bit at the mercy of the artists and their performances. But I think this is more a...More

2  Thank SeattleLifejazz
Reviewed July 21, 2016 via mobile

I'm not a regular opera goer but this could convert me. Beautifully performed on a warm evening with the lake as a back drop. Simple staging and great orchestral performance. Mildly frustrating the conductor decided after the first part he couldn't go on- citing he...More

1  Thank FamilyFunEdinburgh
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February 6, 2016|
Response from Uby44 | Reviewed this property |
Car parks are in walking distance but few spaces available