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Rome Festival Opera Concert Package

Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

Concert and opera tickets with sightseeing in Rome 

7 nights

Rome Festival Opera Concert Package


Rome Festival and Opera Concert  Package Includes:

  • 7 nights accommodation with breakfast
  • One choice of the following tours: Eternal Rome tour#1 - departures in the morning (St Peter's square - visit inside the Basilica, Navona Square, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain) or Ancient Rome city tour - tour#2  - departure in the afternoon(Colosseum , Roman Forum, Palatin Hill - with inside visit )
  • Tour of the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel  or  Tour to Tivoli with Hadrians villa and Villa D’Este or Wine tasting tour in Roman countryside
  • One opera or concert ticket (good category - category 2/3 - certain performances surcharge may apply!)
  • One dinner at a local restaurant before concert or opera performance (no drinks included)
  • One Private transfer from Hotel to restaurant and back to hotel (restaurant is walking distance to the theater - add Euro 90 if passenger is traveling alone)
  • Entrance fees, English speaking guide on the tours
  • Hotel taxes and service charges

Rome Optional day tours and tour descriptions

New city tax: Euro 3-4 per person per night will be charged locally for all accommodations in Rome

Price on request: [email protected]

*US$ rate varies depending on exchange rate
**During Christmas, New Years, Easter and special fair periods surcharge may apply!

 

For Opera and concert program in Rome click here

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Tickets to additional performances can be requested!

SUMMER EVENINGS OF GREAT MUSIC  

AT THE COURTYARD OF S. IVO ALLA SAPIENZA  

This summer the International Chamber Ensemble will once again treat Rome audiences to fourteen unforgettable evenings featuring musical masterpieces from the symphonic and operatic repertory in the courtyard of one of the eternal citys most splendid examples of Renaissance architecture.  

Located in the heart of ancient Rome just a short walk from Piazza Navona, the Courtyard of S. Ivo alla Sapienza (hallowed halls of the original 15th century university of Rome) will lend its architectural and acoustical excellence, as it has for the past eleven years, to the International Chamber Ensembles 2007 summer series. The seasons repertory highlights a stimulating array of immortal music ranging from the concertos of Vivaldi to the celebrated melodies of the Beatles, from the romantic Romeo and Juliet by Tchaikovsky to Astor Piazzollas sensual tangos and includes music for symphony orchestra and for soloists as well as four fully-staged and costumed performances of Mozarts opera Don Giovanni, presented in collaboration with the Opera Academy company of international singers. Under the exceptional direction of Francesco Carotenuto, this twenty-sixth season guarantees, as always, to please both veteran and novice concert and opera goers alike.

  The internationally renowned International Chamber Ensemble, now in its 27th consecutive year of activity, continues to present every year to Rome audiences a popular series of concerts, recognized and appreciated in particular for its artistic excellence, which utilize the many varied formations from within the Ensemble and which offer a delightfully diversified panorama of the last three centuries of instrumental music.

The Ensembles activities are not confined to the eternal city either. Beginning with an American debut in 1987, and with 2 well-received CDs, the orchestra has since been invited to perform throughout the world (repeated visits to the US, Canada, Japan, Russia, throughout Europe and Scandinavia, Greece and Turkey) with increasing success and critical acclaim.

  Advance ticket sales for the season will begin in early June at all of the major ticket outlets around the city. In late June tickets will be available at the door of the St. Ivo Courtyard (Corso Rinascimento n.40).