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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
Rome and the Opera: an unbreakable bond. Thinking of Italy, the first thing that comes to mind is its huge cultural treasure - a good part of which is in Rome - and the unique role played by Opera.
The Italian Opera is music, but closely connected with the harmonious Italian language. Not by chance Italy is universally recognized as the country of “Belcanto”.
Rome and the Opera are linked by a very close relationship: at the Teatro Argentina Gioacchino Rossini gave the premiere of his most famous lyric opera, “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”; the no longer existing Teatro Apollo saw the birth of “Il trovatore” and of “Un ballo in maschera”, two of the most significant works of Giuseppe Verdi; in the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle, in Palazzo Farnese and in Castel Sant'Angelo takes place the drama of “Tosca”, one of the most famous operas of Giacomo Puccini. And this to cite only a few examples of the special relationship that links the Opera to the city of Rome.
The Teatro Costanzi - that is the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and which stands in the square dedicated to the great tenor Beniamino Gigli - saw its stage trampled by singers like Enrico Caruso, Maria Callas, Giacomo Lauri Volpi, the aforementioned Beniamino Gigli, Mario Del Monaco, Renata Tebaldi, Franco Corelli, Piero Cappuccilli, Luciano Pavarotti and many other great artists who have made the history of this unique musical genre.
Our concerts and shows are the Highest Rated on major platforms.
We are Rated First on Tripadvisor since 2018 in the category Concerts & Shows in Rome and we received for our achievements in the 2019 season, before Covid-19 forced us to stop.
Rome Opera Concerts brings the Opera in Rome, in the full Heart of the City, right in front of Castel Sant'Angelo, just beyond its famous bridge, distinguished by the baroque triumph of Bernini's statues.
We commit ourselves daily to continue the Italian tradition of excellence, by employing internationally renowned artists and young talents in our concerts and shows.
Our Concerts and Shows are suitable for everyone.
Our concerts and shows are truly a unique experience because our hall allows only 80 people and the audience feel like taking part to a private concert. Performers are just feet from the spectators. After the concert, you can enjoy an aperitivo with the artists and get to know the people behind the music.
You can choose among the following Concerts and Shows.
FOR OUR CONCERTS AND SHOWS
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.
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.