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Soprano and Tenor, string quartet and grand piano


A potpuorri of the works that made the Great Italian Opera a point of reference for music all around the world. The timeless masterpieces of the century of Romanticism create an intense show that everybody can appreciate. Emotions will flow not only through those who are already fond of opera, but also those who wish to discover it and approach it for the first time.


The soprano Clementina Regina and the tenor Emil Alekperov will lead you to another epoch, when the passionate and tormented human soul abandons itself to lyrical singing, on the rythm of a crescendo of notes and dramatic pauses of the most famous music from Verdi to Čajkovskji, skilfully played by the Opera e Lirica string and piano ensemble.


Experience the magic of the great opera in the wonderful Church of Caravita Church, between Fontana di Trevi and Pantheon.

Program and cast

First Part


PIETRO MASCAGNI Interlude - Cavalleria Rusticana

GIUSEPPE VERDI Sempre Libera - La Traviata; De’ miei bollenti spiriti - La Traviata

AMILCARE PONCHIELLI La danza delle ore - La Gioconda

GIACOMO PUCCINI Mi chiamano Mimì - La Bohème; Che gelida manina - La Bohème; O soave fanciulla - La Bohème

GIUSEPPE VERDI Preludio - La Traviata; Parigi o cara - La Traviata


Second Part


JULES MASSENET Meditation - Thais

GIACOMO PUCCINI Vissi d’arte - Tosca; Recondita Armonia - Tosca

PËTR LL'IČ ČAJKOVSKIJ Walts of the Flowers - The Nutcracker

GIACOMO PUCCINI Un bel dì vedremo - Madama Butterfly

GIUSEPPE VERDI La donna è mobile - Rigoletto

GIOACHINO ROSSINI La Danza - Neapolitan Tarantella - Musical Soirèes

GIUSEPPE VERDI Brindisi - La Traviata


ARTISTS
Soprano: Clementina Regina or Aleksandra Buczeck
Tenor: Emil Alekperov   
First violin: Elvin Dhimitri
String quartet and grand piano

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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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