History of Rome

“HISTORY OF ROME, OPERA IN MUSIC: the end of a love, the birth of an Empire”


The history of Rome is full of the Great Beauty that you can experience listening to the opera arias that have made Italy famous throughout the world and you will see them set among the stories of legendary characters such as the seductive Cleopatra, the strong Marco Antonio or the big Emperor Augustus. Get the greatest feelings of love, passion, betrayal, envy, jealousy and a bit of madness ... and put them on stage for an evening of emotions that you will remember forever!


A show that enchants all the senses: extraordinary music, sublime voices, refined ballets and sets that only the walls of ancient Rome can offer. Interactive moments and a few multimedia extras guarantee 90 minutes of pure emotion, including eno-gastronomy ... like when you are going to have a secret recipe that makes you enjoy like angels.


And then at a certain point an unexpected surprise ... only for those who will be there! You will live the most beautiful evening of Opera in Rome that has been called the greatest show of music and dance, in which famous arias taken by La Traviata, by Butterfly or the very famous "Lucean le stelle", are staged, sung and ballads like no one has ever seen them: a brand new concert that you absolutely must book

 

Performers/actors:


Rossana Cardia/Flavia Palazzo, Soprano - Cleopatra
Delfo Paone/Fabio Villa, Tenor - Antonio
Mauro Utzeri/Donato Martini, Baritone – Augusto
Jennifer Giurioli/Micol Girasole and Mattia Di Napoli, Dancers


GUIDED TOUR (included in the price) AT 8 PM
CONCERT STARTS AT 9 PM
DURATION: 60 MINUTES

 

APRIL - JUNE 2019
TOUR AND AUDIOGUIDE INCLUDED FROM 7:30 PM
CONCERT STARTS AT 8:30 PM
DURATION: 60 MINUTES


- VOICEOVER WILL BE IN ENGLISH
- OPERA ARIAS WILL BE PERFORMED IN ITALIAN, AS ORIGINAL LANGUAGE


CASE ROMANE DEL CELIO – ANCIENT ROMAN HOUSES CLIVO DI SCAURO – ROMA
(Colosseo/Circo Massimo)


The Ancient Roman Houses (Domus Romane) in Celio, located on the Clivo di Scauro between the Coliseum and the Circus Maximus, lies below the Basilica of Saints John and Paul on the slopes of the Caelian Hill. The houses were opened to the public in 2002.


Together with the excavation of San Clemente they represent one of the most fascinating subterranean spaces in Rome due to their extremely well conserved frescoed rooms and because of the artistic and religious value of the site.

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