The Great Opera Arias Concert

The Magic of the Opera, in the heart of Rome.


Celebrate the great Opera arias and the most famous classical music pieces composed by the greatest Italian composers - Verdi, Rossini, Puccini, Vivaldi, Leoncavallo, Mascagni - and enjoy the world-renowned Neapolitan songs.


The concerts take place in the magnificent Theatre of Palazzo Santa Chiara, situated inside a historical building in the centre of Rome, only 100 meters walk from the Pantheon.

Program and cast

Concerts start at 7:30 pm
every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday


The program is presented by a string quartet which accompanies tenor and soprano soloists.


A. Vivaldi “Spring” (Allegro) from “The four seasons”
A. Marcello “Adagio”
Neapolitan song “Torna a Surriento”
L. Boccherini “Minuetto”
R. Leoncavallo “Mattinata”
P. Mascagni “Intermezzo” from “Cavalleria Rusticana”
G. Puccini “E lucevan le stelle” from “Tosca”
G. Verdi “Quartetto” from “Rigoletto”
G. Verdi “Brindisi” from “La Traviata”
G. Rossini “Galop” from “Guglielmo Tell”
G. Puccini “O mio babbino caro” from “Gianni Schicchi”
G. Puccini “Nessun dorma” from “Turandot”
A. Vivaldi “Summer” (Allegro non molto) from “The four seasons”
Neapolitan song “O sole mio”


Duration: 60 min (approx.).

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Santa Chiara Palace

Palazzo Santa Chiara, once Teatro Rossini, is located in one of the most beautiful areas of central Rome, Palazzo di Santa Chiara, between Largo di Torre Argentina and the Pantheon.


Housed in a palace that dates back to the mid 1600s, it was built where, previously, there was a Dominican residence, in one of whose rooms, in 1380, Santa Caterina da Siena died.


The institute that owns the building, the Archconfraternity of the Santissima Annunziata, in 1873 granted a part of the Palace to Roman businessmen who made it a theater, by Virgilio Vespignani, inaugurated on February 7, 1874, with a performance by the famous Adelaide Ristori, in the presence of future Italian royalty and the highest city and noble authorities.

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