It's easy: - The magic of an legendary Opera House - Concert in the "Sala Apollineea" of Teatro La Fenice - Beautiful classical chamber music - Best seats available reserved for you But there is much more, i will explain you some interesting stories about La Fenice and at the end yes, you'll meet the artists! Sounds great, isn't? But the best of all this is that you do not have to care about anything, just be there 30 minutes before the beginning of the concert, there is just one thing you will do: enjoy an unique musical experience! Program details of the concert: - NOVEMBER 12 &13: ESTHER HOPPE, CHRISTIAN POLTERA (violin, cello) Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite n.1 for cello solo Arthur Honegger: Sonatina per violin and cello Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata n.1 vor violin solo Maurice Ravel: Sonata for violin and cello "à la mémoire de Claude Debussy"
Hi there! I was born in Berlin, studied at the Conservatory of Music in Venice, where I graduated in piano with honors and praise. Winner in of the eighth edition of the Piano Prize Marina Pasqualy, I was awarded a scholarship to the Bayreuth Festival, and participate in a concert at the Palazzo Vendramin, the venetian residence of Richard Wagner. Member of the Artistic Direction of the Teatro La Fenice, my main activities are focused on assist the Artistic Director, managing the auditions of solo singers and needs related to music programming, cast assistance, etc.
Concert at La Fenice As organizer, i will reserve some tickets which i will pay for you in advance only once you have booked…
We will welcome you in the Foyer of the house. Before the beginning of the concert, i will introduce you to the history of this magical place, where some of the most important composers, like Verdi, Rossini etc, had performed their operas and some of the leading artists in the world has performed on the sage: Maria Callas is one of them. I will also show you the beautiful main hall. At the end of the concert you can meet the artists.
The meeting is at 19.30 The concert starts at 20.00 Normally there is a small intermission. The concert can last up to 2 hours. All areas we will visit are accessible with wheelchairs.
Concert at Teatro la Fenice