Italian Opera at Rome's Church of Saint Paul

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Italian Opera at Rome's Church of Saint Paul

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Essential information *

Mandatory printed voucher

Duration
2 hours

Starting time
8:30 PM

* All details will be sent to you upon reservation.

Description

Discover the greatest works of Italian Opera during a concert at The Church of Saint Paul Within the Walls.

Relive the famous 1994 Los Angeles Three Tenors concert with L. Pavarotti, P. Domingo and J. Carreras, during a show inspired by their performance. Discover the greatest masterpieces and Neapolitan songs performed by Carlo Napoletani, Emil Alekperov and GianCarlo Polizzy accompanied by a string quartet and piano.

The first act will include pieces from Cavalleria Rusticana, L’elisir d’amoure, Tosca, La Traviata, Thais, Rigoletto, Pagliacci and Turandot. The second act will be a medley of Neapolitan songs. 

Departure place

Options

When booking you will be asked to choose between the following options for seating categories: 

  • Exclusive
  • VIP 
  • A (students only)

Good to know

  • Availability: Fridays (excluding exceptional dates)
  • Time: 8:30pm
  • Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Departure point: The Church of Saint Paul
  • Language: Italian
  • You will be able to choose your seat category but you have no specific seat allocation
  • We advise you arrive early to be able to choose your seat
  • Proper attire will be required to attend the show
  • The student rate has no age limit but you will be asked to show your student card upon entry
  • The student rate is only applicable for category A seats

Price includes

  • Entry to The Church of Saint Paul
  • Ticket for the opera of your choice
  • Your seating category

Price doesn’t include

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • All other extras

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