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INTERPRETI VENEZIANI
XXXI Concert Season
Interpreti Veneziani, Church of San Vidal
“A new ensemble on the Italian and international concert scene!”

This is how, in 1987, the Interpreti Veneziani made their debut, immediately gaining a reputation for the "...exuberance and all-Italian brio characterizing their performances.”

A datum point in the worldwide musical panorama, the Interpreti Veneziani have reached their 30th Concert Season in Venice, which attracts more than 60,000 viewers from all around the world every year.

Their important achievements include appearances in the Melbourne Festival, the Bayreuth Festival, and the Prague Music Festival "Vàclav Hudecek”; concerts at Stockholm's Royal Palace;  participation in the World Vision tele-marathon at the Kirov Theatre to mark the "reinstatement of the name St. Petersburg” a concert at the Osaka Symphony Hall with live broadcast on Japanese radio; concerts at the Tokyo Suntory Hall and Kjoi Hall.

The Interpreti Veneziani alternate their concert calendar every year, with performances in the most prestigious halls in the United States, Japan, Canada, and Latin America. In 2013 they performed for the first time in India. This year they'll return to Japan and South America.

Website: www.interpretiveneziani.com

CONCERT SEASON 2019 [.pdf]
Type of Ticket Price
FULL PRICE TICKETS
30,00€
REDUCED PRICE
STUDENTS UP TO THE AGE OF 25, SENIORS OVER THE AGE OF 65 AND GROUPS OF MORE THAN 15 PEOPLE
25,00€


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