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The performance was top notched. One of the best Vivaldi Four Seasons I have heard. Great energy. The venue was excellent, in an old church. Try to arrive at least 30 min ahead of time to get a good seat. Then you can roam around...More
This was an unexpected surprise. We didn't know about the event or the group. We bought the tickets since we didn't have anything plan for the evening. The location in itself was great, a small church. The group came out and boom, started playing. It...More
We were were blown away by this incredible group of musicians. So good was our first evening here, we went back for more - The Four Seasons - the next night. Get there early to get a seat right up in front so you are...More
Having visited Venice before, I wanted to try something a little different to the normal tourist attractions this time. I bought my ticket at the church (Chiesa San Vidal) a few hours before the concert and then wandered to a nearby piazza for an early...More
This small concert was very well done. It was located in a beautiful church and when I went, it wasn't over crowded. I purchased tickets a few hours prior to the start of the concert 9pm and arrived 1/2 an hour early. The seating was...More
Okay, so I don’t hate classical music. I certainly don’t go out of my way to see it. So why was this so good? Basically, ninety minutes of really engaging performance in a small and magical Venetian church, with obvious masters in their game! Two...More
We bought tickets online for €30 each. The Chiesa San Vidal was easy to get to by water bus to Academia. The bridge was being renovated but could when we went in June. It could still be used to cross the canal though. We had...More
We were handed a flyer from our hotel, and decided to go to the San Vidal Church and have a look. We were so happy that for very reasonable prices we had a wonderful show, with interesting interpretation, all in a beautiful setting of the...More
We went to the Four Seasons concert as I have quite an interest in classical music, so jumped at the chance to hear Vivaldi’s music in his home-place. Interpreti Veneziani played it beautifully, on original baroque instruments. The tickets were quite cheap too for such...More
As a music professor who visits Venice most years, I have to confess that this group is as good as it gets! Even though the ensemble performs the same programs repeatedly, they approach it with energy and great musicianship. Having attended a number of the...More
The most famous sestiere (district) in Venice has one of the world's most famous squares, St. Mark's (Piazza San Marco). Anchored on one end by the basilica, clustered around it are restaurants, museums, shops, orchestras playing in the square, pigeons, the grand pink Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the soaring campanile bell tower, an astrological clock tower, plus gorgeous cafes and restaurants like Florian and
Quadri. Piazza San Marco is beloved by Venetians themselves. They book a table anytime, which offers a buffer from the fray. This grand outdoor drawing room attracts Venetians for a stroll too, especially late in the afternoon when the hoards of daytrippers thin out. It's simply a grand place to meet.
Response from EgyptophileEngland | Reviewed this property |
Yes, we agree with the other Reviewers. It starts promptly at the stated time but the start time varies with the time of year so check what time your concert is due to start. Yes too - get there early if you need to be... More
Yes, we agree with the other Reviewers. It starts promptly at the stated time but the start time varies with the time of year so check what time your concert is due to start. Yes too - get there early if you need to be near the front and even though a queue forms, some nationalities don't follow polite rules about queuing. There is also a good reasonably priced cafe/bar /restaurante just across the campo San Stefano where we had coffee and cakes for a few euros when we arrived early for the concert. Interpreti Veneziani are worth very cent and we too are envious that you will be enjoying this wonderful ensemble shortly,
I sincerely do not know.
when we were in Venice in September, there were multiple concerts during the week.
However this musical group gives also concerts outside Venice, so they do not perform 365 days per year.
Response from Joanie3638 | Reviewed this property |
Contact Viator for more info. We just got our tickets the day of the concert through our hotel. At the church we saw concert at it opened about 8:30 and we got there 8:10 because it is first come first serve & we wanted good... More
Contact Viator for more info. We just got our tickets the day of the concert through our hotel. At the church we saw concert at it opened about 8:30 and we got there 8:10 because it is first come first serve & we wanted good close seats. It was absolutely wonderful! Our music was four seasons by Vivaldi