Four days in Rome: hotel, premium tickets for La Traviata on July 21, 2023 in the Terme di Caracalla and city tour with a private guide.
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LA TRAVIATA • Caracalla Festival 2023
La Traviata • Friday 21 July • Caracalla Festival 2023
La Traviata from July 21 to August 9, 2023
In the summer of 2023, the Caracalla Festival in Rome will present one of the most famous operas of all time – La Traviata. From July 21st to August 9th, the ancient Baths of Caracalla will be the perfect setting for Giuseppe Verdi‘s masterpiece.
La Traviata is one of the most popular operas in the world and tells a touching story of love, passion, and tragedy. The impressive staging and breathtaking vocal performances will captivate the audience and ensure an unforgettable experience.
The Caracalla Festival is one of the most important cultural events in Italy, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. La Traviata will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of this year’s event and visitors will be amazed by the grandiose performance.
The Caracalla Festival production of La Traviata is presented by an international ensemble made up of talented singers and orchestral musicians. The quality of the performance will meet the highest standards and delight the audience.
It is recommended to purchase tickets for the La Traviata performance in advance to secure a front row seat. The Caracalla Festival is known for its sell-out performances and the opera La Traviata will no doubt be one of them.
The unique atmosphere of the ancient Caracalla thermal complex will transport the audience to another world and ensure an unforgettable experience. The combination of history, culture and music makes the Caracalla Festival a special event not to be missed.
The performance of La Traviata at the 2023 Caracalla Festival will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of the opera year. The incomparable scenery and the impressive performance of the ensemble will captivate the audience and ensure a night full of emotions.
Music • Giuseppe Verdi
Opera in three acts
Libretto • Francesco Maria Piave
based on the play La Dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas Jr.
First performed at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, on 6 March 1853
Length: about 3h 15′ – act I 30′ – intermission 30′ – act II 75′ – intermission 30′ – act III 30′
Conductor • Paolo Arrivabeni
Director • Lorenzo Mariani
Chorus Master • Ciro Visco
Set designer • Alessandro Camera
Costume designer • Silvia Aymonino
Choreographic movements • Luciano Cannito
Lighting designer • Roberto Venturi
Video • Fabio Iaquone, Luca Attilii
Violetta Valery • Francesca Dotto
Alfredo Germont • Giovanni Sala / Alessandro Scotto di Luzio 4, 9 August
Giorgio Germont • Christopher Maltman / Marco Caria 2, 4, 9 August
Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Orchestra and Chorus
A Teatro dell’Opera di Roma production