Experimente uma noite de ópera em Veneza, cercada pela elegância histórica de um palácio do século XV. Os cantores e músicos do conjunto Musica a Palazzo executam clássicos da ópera italiana nos salões ornamentados do Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto. Mover-se de sala em sala, juntamente com os artistas e absorver o drama de épicos como ' La Traviata' e 'Rigoletto' em um ambiente verdadeiramente íntimo.
Excelente experiência! O local é bem decorado e o fato de ficarmos no meio do cenário e interagindo com os artistas é bem legal. A ópera é muito interpretada, todos os integrantes do elenco atuam muito bem!
Unique experience although I could not understand a word of Italian, still very entertaining.
The place was quite tricky to find but luckily we asked a kind local Venetian and he helped us to locate
The Barber of Seville was very entertaining. The performers looked like they thoroughly enjoyed entertaining us, engaging the audience which was nice and small. The venue was very quaint and I loved being able to move throughout rooms of the beautiful building. I really enjoyed the musicians as well, they were very talented and professional and the pianist was very animated and entertaining. I highly recommend this style of opera.
I pre-booked through Viator to see La Traviata and only wish I'd booked earlier so I might have also seen The Barber of Seville and Rigoletta My favourite opera on other nights!
It proved a little tricky to say the leastto find, so do make sure you suss out the back streets in advance if possible. Even the locals and bar staff didn't know the address. However, once there we were greeted by lovely hosts. It was a wonderful venue with professional, attentive staff and excellent customer consideration. The guide book is handy to have for those not familiar with the opera story lines and translation notes make it good value at 5 euros.
Anyway, to the evening, and what a delightful, joyous evening is was for me.
I've been to the opera many times but LOVED the intimacy and setting of this venue. It is a beautiful building. Moving room to room was enchanting and worked well, making it more interactive and intimate. But of course, the main thing was the performances. And WHAT PERFORMANCES they were! In particular, Natalia Roman, Soprano, as Violetta was sublime and moved me to tears several times. I would say world class.
If you enjoy opera you will love an evening at Musica A Palazzo. If you're not acquainted with opera, expect to be converted. An absolute joy to attend and without doubt one of the highlights of my trip to Venice.
This is an event not to be missed! To move from 1 beautiful room to another in this palace, sitting there, so close to the actors and musicians was truly thrilling, almost magical! Seeing an opera in such an intimate setting makes it come alive, and more understandable, in my case, Rigoletto. I would recommend reading a bi-lingual libretto in advance. A great experience!
One HUGE problem was finding this place in freezing cold, rainy weather, in the dark of night!! NO REAL ADDRESS IS GIVEN and NO ONE KNOWS WHERE THIS PALACE IS! Viator, please give a specific address and perhaps clear directions for locating it, for example, the closest vaporetto stop, visible cross roads and closest bridges.
This is the second time we've attended Musica a Palazzo in Venice and it's an up-front-and-personal experience that should not be missed. We brought along a friend who is not an opera fan, but even she was enchanted by the beauty of the palace and the production.