The visit to Venice, a journey into 18th-century Venetian art, is not complete unless one also discovers the artists who symbolize the musical life of the epoch.
Behind the scenes in the great Venetian basilicas, there is the constant presence of Antonio Vivaldi, Tommaso Albinoni, Benedetto Marcello or Baldassare Galuppi.
The Most Serene Republic of Venice served as an incomparable laboratory for art. Exceptional minds produced the palaces and churches; expert hands decorated the interiors that would house precious works; the instrument makers’ workshops produced violins and violas da gamba; and in the salons, theaters, and other such places symphonies, operas, and cantatas were born.
In an itinerary of discovery, one must be sure to come to the Church of San Vidal where the Interpreti Veneziani are currently presenting their 29th concert season.
The concerts seek to revive the sound of musical instruments of the period in an ambience steeped in history and beauty. Experienced in this atmosphere, the harmony between the music and the other arts creates a moment of perfection.
Interpreti Veneziani, prominent in the international panorama, showcases the glory of baroque and Italian music with expertise, joy, and exuberance.
Passion combined with interpretive variety are the keys to their public success and the critical acclaim for every concert. HoursWinter (November to March): 8:30pm. Summer (April to October): 9pm.
The duration of the concert is approx. 1 hour 30min.
Entrance Fee Full price: 29 euro Reduced price: 24 euro for seniors over age 65 and students under age 25. Contacts
Chiesa San Vidal Campo Santo Stefano, S. Marco 2862b 30124 Venezia