New Year's Eve Concert

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The Opera e Lirica Three Tenors Vincenzo Tremante, Emil Alekperov and Giancarlo Polizzy, from the most important Theaters in Rome, accompanied by a string quartet and piano, will perform a special programme of Opera Arias, Christmas Songs and New Year’s Eve typical Waltzes. Enjoy the New Year’s night with The Three Tenors voices singing the best Christmas songs and Opera arias in this magic location, while the music of the typical Strauss Waltzes resounds within the Caravita Church golden walls. The perfect way to celebrate your New Year’s night, right in the centre of Rome.


Children under 7 and the disabled can attend the concert for free.


Approximate duration (min.): 90

Program and cast

First Time

Pietro Mascagni, Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo
Gaetano Donizetti, L'Elisir d'amore Una furtiva lagrima
Giacomo Puccini, Tosca E lucevan le stelle
Giuseppe Verdi, Rigoletto La donna è mobile
Jules Massenet, Thais Intermezzo
Giuseppe Verdi, La Traviata Dei miei bollenti spiriti
Ruggero Leoncavallo, Pagliacci Recitar... wear the jacket!
Giacomo Puccini, Turandot Nessun dorma


Second Time

Johan Strauss, On the Beautiful Blue Danube
Christmas songs  
Adeste Fideles
You come down from the stars
White Christmas
Let it snow
Jingle Bells
War is over
Johan Strauss Radetzky March


Opera and Lyric Artists:  
Tenors Vincenzo Tremante, Emil Alekperov, Giancarlo Polizzy
Musicians Elvin Dhimitri, Ilia Kanani, Alina Scoticailo, Valentino Ferraro, Denis Volpi


No Dress Code Required.

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Caravita Church

The Oratory of San Francesco Saverio del Caravita (St. Francis Xavier “del Caravita”) is a 17th-century baroque oratory in Rome, near the Church of Sant’Ignazio in rione Pigna. The current oratory is built over the ruins of the late twelfth century Church of San Nicola de Forbitoribus by the Jesuit Pietro Gravita, from 1631-1633, with the financial support of a number of noble families who resided in the neighborhood near the Pantheon. The oratory was originally dedicated to Santa Maria della Pietà (Our Lady of Pity) in addition to the great Jesuit missionary Saint Francis Xavier. It was the first nocturnal oratory in Rome.

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed at Caravita as a teenager in 1770, captivating the royal court of Rome.

Address: Via Caravita 7, 00198 Roma

 

HOW TO GET THERE
The Caravita Church is situated in the center of Rome, between via Del Corso and Pantheon.

 

Metro: Line A Spagna
Bus Line C3, 40, 53, 80, 85, 63, 70, 81, 83, 87, 160, 170, 175, 186, 271, 628, 716, 810

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