The Opera is a travelling show and each act is set in a different hall of one of the most fascinating Venetian palaces: Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto.
This is how the Musica a Palazzo ensemble conceives the “Chamber Opera”: the traditional setting of Opera in the theatre is replaced by a stage that fits in perfectly with the scenery: every act takes an place in a different hall of the palace, the magnificent baroque furnishings are a natural complement to the set design. The originality of the direction is represented by the interaction between the singers, the instrumentalists and the audience, breaking down any kind of barrier between them and giving the viewer the thrill of experiencing the Opera from within.
TRAVIATA by Giuseppe Verdi
Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA by Gioachino Rossini
Every Wednesday and Sunday
RIGOLETTO by Giuseppe Verdi
Approximately 2 hours, including the interval.
During the interval, which takes place in the halls overlooking the Grand Canal, guests are welcomed to taste high quality wines or enjoy soft drinks.