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Accessible Opera, as though it was in your sitting room, but its a palace in Venice. Stunningly personal. Fun fun fun with 3 light and easy Operas to choose, 7 nights a week. It will make so many people's trip to Venice even more memorable.
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I’m admittedly not a huge opera fan .. but found this on trip advisor and my 13 year old daughter agreed to go with me. I can confidently say this special evening changed her life ... I know that sounds dramatic, but being in a...More
We weren’t sure what to expect when we got here, but the night did not disappoint. The audience is very small, and the venue is a private residence of Venice. The three acts are each performed in a different room. The musicians are quite talented...More
We were looking forward to being involved in an intimate evening of opera and we were not disappointed. The candel light atmosphere the musicians and being up close and personal with the singers made for a wonderful experience. The three act play evolves through several...More
Our first opera. Magical is the only word. In a private house in Venise, just 75people max, the actors/singers standing right beside us, changing to different rooms for each act, a glass of Prosecco at the interval while overlooking the Grand Canal. Violetta left me...More
This was an experience we will remember for the rest of our lives. We were so close tyhat you could see the facial expressions of the performers. The performance takes place in a "palace" (actually it was someone's residence many years ago) along the Grand...More
An electrifying performance lit by candle light. The three musicians (piano, cello and violin) did credit to a sensitively adopted score. The 5 singers may not be the big names but sitting beside them brings an intimacy and nuance far beyond anything I've previously experienced....More
Not much to add to the other positive reviews on here that hasn't been said. Never been to anything similar before but had a superb evening, would fully recommend.
Easy to find if you use the map on the email they send you when you...More
All the recent reviews are spot on! We saw La Traviata a few weeks ago after seeing a brochure on the Concierge's desk at our hotel. The Concierge told us it is a very unique experience and he was right! We were literally a few...More
Go to the Barber of Seville, it's spectacular, albeit not the traditional take on the opera. The audience is in the palace room feet from the performers and is often drawn into the performance. I had my hair combed by Figaro, held the count's wine...More
Highlight of our trip to Venice this October 2018. We saw La Traviata and highly recommend seeing it even if your not into opera. The opera is performed in 3 different rooms of a historic Palazzo. You get the feeling of how a performance may...More
Response from PamelaH2373 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I’m only just answering. Yes, you choose your seats when you arrive, there are only about 30 people at each performance. Each time the scene changes, you move rooms and move seats. It’s a very intimate setting and a... More
Sorry I’m only just answering. Yes, you choose your seats when you arrive, there are only about 30 people at each performance. Each time the scene changes, you move rooms and move seats. It’s a very intimate setting and a fantastic experience, enjoy every moment.