Discover the uniqueness of a Vivaldi concert played by Venetians
Admire the churches of San Vidal, with Carpaccio and Piazzetta, and San Maurizio
Learn how a violin is created and how it is possible that it plays for centuries
Venice, the open air Museum, contains some unforgettable treasures. This experience leads you to the church of San Vidal, between the Accademia Galeries and St. Mark's square, 10 minutes from Rialto Bridge: for a Vivaldi's Fours Seasons and other pieces concert, played by the most original, 35 years old, baroque orchestra of Venice, the Interpreti Veneziani. Before, in the same day, with this ticket, you can visit free the Museo della Musica di Venezia, a collection of 200 orginal musical instruments, made from 1600 to 1900. Including the Stradivari's School of Cremona with Bergonzi and Amati doublebasses, and the Venetian instruments, such as the violin of Matteo Goffriller, the violin maker of Antonio Vivaldi, the Red Priest, himself.
The Music Museum is open every day from 10 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 7 PM
You can visit the museum free before or after the concert date
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund