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Great Opera: Piazza Navona in Rome with Dinner

Experience some of the most beautiful 19th century opera arias.

I Virtuosi dell'Opera di Roma: La Traviata with Dinner

Enjoy Verdi's 'La Traviata' and an exclusive Italian dinner in the magical atmosphere of the Salone Margherita Theater.

The Three Tenors: Opera Arias, Naples & Songs with Dinner

Delicious dinner, famous Italian opera arias, and popular Neapolitan songs, like “O'sole mio” and “Torna a Surriento”.

Opera and Aperitivo: Opera Classics and Unforgettable Romantic Piano

Hear the most famous opera arias and duets as well as romantic piano classics in the Methodist Church at Ponte Sant'Angelo in Rome.

I Virtuosi dell'Opera di Roma: La Traviata with 5 course Dinner

Enjoy Verdi's 'La Traviata' and an exclusive Italian dinner in the magical atmosphere of the Salone Margherita Theater.

The Three Tenors: Opera Arias, Naples & Songs

Famous Italian opera arias and popular Neapolitan songs, like “O'sole mio” and “Torna a Surriento”.

I Virtuosi dell'opera di Roma: La Traviata

A well-known and much loved opera in three acts, first performed in 1853. Enjoy Verdi's La Traviata!

Sounds and Visions of Caravaggio

The concert series, "Sounds and Visions of Caravaggio", combines Early Music and art in Rome.

Viva Vivaldi: The Four Seasons in Piazza Navona

Experience Vivaldi's masterpiece in an arrangement for piano quintet in Rome.

The Three Tenors: Opera Arias, Naples & Songs with Dinner

Famous Italian opera arias and popular Neapolitan songs, like “O'sole mio” and “Torna a Surriento”.

Discover list of the best events in Rome: Whether it is a music fest or a cultural gathering you will get the chance to gain new experiences fitting your interests. See event details, book at the best price and include events in your Rome itinerary.

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