Dear customers we are on our way to add three or four dates for Christmas Concerts, probably 23,27,30 December 2021 and January 1st 2022. We will define everything by the end of September. Leave your email and we will send you an update.
In this COVID-19 period we changed our brand name from "Rome Concerts" to "Rome Opera Concerts" and consequently moved our website from "romeconcerts.org" to "romeoperaconcerts.com". More about our new brand name
Alessandro Fantini and Giovanni Velluti
Small venue, limited audience close to the artists and top level performances!
Alessandro Fantini and Giovanni Velluti
Opera Greatest Hits
and Romantic Piano
Featuring classics of Italian Opera, Neapolitan Songs and Romantic Piano music. Our Bestseller! Free Aperitivo with Prosecco after the concert.
Highlights & other Opera Hits
A wide selection of Puccini's Tosca with costumes and scenes. Following the Greatest Hits of the Opera and Neapolitan songs. Free Aperitivo with Prosecco after the concert.
highlights & other opera hits
A wide selection of Verdi's La Traviata with costumes and scenes. Following the Greatest Hits of the Opera and Neapolitan songs. Free Aperitivo with Prosecco after the concert.
On Christmas holidays featuring the Greatest Hits of the Opera, Neapolitan and Christmas songs and Romantic Piano music. Free Aperitivo with Prosecco after the concert.
For opera concerts, piano accompaniment undoubtedly represents
the only professional alternative
to the full orchestra. This has always been
amply witnessed by the seasons of the major world musical institutions.
No string quartet, strings and piano and so on.
The standard is with full orchestra or with piano.
Learn more about performing Opera Concerts.
Want to hear opera's greatest arias in an intimate setting, accompanied with anecdotes in English and a complimentary glass of Prosecco? A hidden gem is Rome Concerts (now Rome Opera Concerts, ed), just metres from Castel Sant'Angelo and near the Vatican. Tell them "ciao!" from me and you might just get an extra Prosecco!
I brought my mum to Rome for her 60th and as a fan of opera, I thought I'd try to book a show. I seen this on trip advisor and due to the fantastic reviews I booked it. It exceeded my expectations! I genuinely don't think I've ever been so impressed with singers and musicians of any variety. I've been to lots of shows and love music and our experience at this show was out of this world. There was only about 7/8 rows in this lovely chapel directly across from Castel Sant'Angelo and it was the perfect setting. The acoustics were phenomenal and the soprano Monica and the tenor Alessandro had voices that actually left us speechless. To hear them in such close quarters was so special. The pianist Giovanni was possibly my favourite though, his Chopin recital was the best live piano I've ever seen. Get chills thinking about it. Free prosecco and snacks at the end really made the whole evening finish on a relaxing and friendly tone. 10/10. Will be back!
The concert was amazing. You sit in a small church with not too many people and you have the musicians right in front of you. The acoustics are incredibly better than any opera house I have ever been in. Its a very personal atmosphere with very nice people.
We can only recommend this concert in complete privacy. The artists are really exceptional, what talent. Thank you for your smiles, your energy, your breathtaking performance from start to finish! Wow! You made us love classical music. Thank you for this magnificent Roman evening.
We were so glad we stumbled upon romeconcerts.org (now romeoperaconcerts.com, ed) and booked our tickets prior to leaving Australia on our 28 day holiday around Italy. Certainly one of the great highlights, being so close to the performers in an intimate setting in central Rome, experiencing the performers' passion for music. You must do this when you are in Rome - THE BEST experience!
Original presentation of Puccini's masterpiece, just opposite Chateau Saint Ange, in a Methodist church, the characters literally lived between us, the spectators. An unproven sensation and direct contact with theatrical action. Essential staging and very faithful to the score, finally! Impeccable singers, especially the tenor Alessandro Fantini who sang the great air of the third act well, E lucevan le stelle. And the stars really shone this night, thanks to the professionalism of the artists. Bravo!!!
and Opera in Rome
An evening full of pleasure and relaxation with different Dinner options. Before or after the concert/show at the Zagara Restaurant, a two-minute walk from our hall.