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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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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
As a relative newcomer to Opera I cannot recommend this highly enough. We saw La Traviata in October 2018 and it was simply FANTASTIC (and worth every cent). The setting is so small and intimate that that you are not so much watching an opera,...More
We visited for a performance of Rigoletto with our 3 kids (14, 12 & 8). This was the first time any of our kids had been to the opera. We were the only people with kids which surprised me a little as our kids loved...More
This was a two hour condensed version of the Barber of Seville in October 2018. and my husband and I had a great time. We bought tickets while still in the US on a recommendation from a tour book and thought it would be a...More
We went to this palace to see the condensed version of Rigoletto-2 hours as opposed to 3.5. If you enjoy the opera or want to try opera for the first time this is for you. If you enjoy it you can go to full length...More
This was special! Intimate opera in three different rooms of an old palace overlooking the Grand Canal. Very high quality performances by the singers and musicians generated great emotion and atmosphere - but we felt comfortable, despite being in the same room whilst great drama...More
We went to La Traviata in September 2018. We loved the intimate atmosphere and the Palazzo itself with all its history. The venue seemed perfect - the Palazzo combines beauty but also decline (nobody has lived there for a while and it shows) - very...More
We saw La Traviata here a couple of years ago and loved it. This trip we saw Rigoletto, which is more difficult to stage without sets, and yet they managed - and not just managed, the performance once again was memorable for its high quality...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.