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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
Small venue, limited audience close to the artists and top level performances!
Alessandro Fantini and Giovanni Velluti
Rome Opera Concerts (formerly Rome Concerts) promotes Opera and Classical Music by staging, in the Heart of Rome, a Concert Season that takes place from the beginning of March to the end of November, with performances every week. Special concerts are held over the Christmas period.
After 3 years of activity and over 120 performances, the concerts and shows of Rome Opera Concerts are the Highest Rated on major platforms.
Rome Opera Concerts is Rated First on Tripadvisor since 2018 in the category Concerts & Shows in Rome and received for its achievements in the 2019 season, before the stop imposed by Covid-19.
Founded in 2017 by the tenor Alessandro Fantini and the pianist Giovanni Velluti, two Roman musicians, with international careers, Rome Opera Concerts aims to bring high quality Classical Music Concerts and Opera in Rome, in the full Heart of the City.
The Italian Style is made of astonishing creativity and abundance so, if during the Aperitivo which follows the concert you like our prosecco please ask for some more. No problem if you want one more glass, not at all.
The point is only to understand if you prefer to have a more inclusive glance from
a thirty feet distance or if you want to stay in front of the musicians just at a
three feet distance.
Our venue is small and intimate and nevertheless allows up to eighty people.
We want you have something like a private concert in which you can nearly touch the performers and so be involved in something we could call a 3D concert.
Giovanni and Alessandro are used to ten times larger venues in their concerts (apart from the TV shows).
Giovanni performed in an Open Air concert in Bologna with the Soprano Katia Ricciarelli having four thousand people crowded in a big Piazza, and Alessandro sang in some of the major Italian and European opera houses, among which the Teatro Comunale in Florence, the Teatro Regio in Turin, the Opéra-Comique in Paris.
In the greatest seasons of concerts (Metropolitan NY, Covent Garden London,
Santa Cecilia Rome, Scala Milan, etc.) a singers concert will be accompanied only by
complete orchestra or piano solo. No string quartets, strings and piano and so on.
That's the state of the art!
During 2020 we have decided to change our brand from "Rome Concerts" to "Rome Opera Concerts" and consequently to move our website from the "romeconcerts.org" domain to the "romeoperaconcerts.com" domain.
That's why you will find reviews and other stuffs up to October 2020 referring to us as Rome Concerts, but we are always the same people!
Since we have always enjoyed a close and friendly bond with our audience, we have often been told by customers that it was difficult to find us on the Web and especially to find us again if they did not note the result of the search carried out on Google or on other engines of research.
In fact, when you search for "rome concerts" Google shows all the concerts - of any kind - that you can attend in Rome, and not just classical or opera concerts.
So in almost all the searches we were confused in the overall offer of Rome concerts - along with pop, country, rock, etc. - that is, together with genres very different from ours and very far from what our audience expected to find.
So we thought that "Rome Opera Concerts" would be a more recognizable new brand, but still similar to our original name "Rome Concerts".
And finally, the addition of the word "opera", in addition to making our attention to Italian opera better understood, should allow us to find ourselves much more easily on the Web with searches such as "rome opera".