Rome Baroque treasures, guided tour with concert in Rome’s best museums and churches. Join us for an amazing itinerary into Art and Early music.
Expert art guides will reveal the beauties and the secrets of the masterpieces present in the museum or church; in the meantime, you will be delighted by a live concert, during which you will listen to Early music (Renaissance, Baroque concerts) performed using the same musical instruments of that time.
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After your Art and Music exploration we offer you the opportunity to continue your experience with the tastes of Rome. La Scaletta degli Artisti a very special Roman restaurant near the church (10 mt.) has joined with us to allow you to have a full sensory experience by sampling the finest food and wine that…
Sant'Agnese in Agone • Piazza Navona | € 20 reductions available
Water, marble, architectural space, sound, colour: in Baroque Rome everything is about wonder, revelation and emotion. The rich program explores the diverse musical heritage of the 17th century with a tour that begins in the beautiful Borromini Sacristy and ends in Sant’Agnese, an arcitectural jewel that contains large marble sculptures, frescoes and other wonders.
Museo dei Cappuccini • Via Veneto 27 | € 30 reductions available
The event begins with a tour in the Chapuchins Museum that hosts the shocking crypt with 4.000 bones of Chapuchins friars and paintings of Caravaggio, Domenichino, Reni and ends in the marvelously restored Church of Capuchins with an enthralling vocal concert.
It consists of a wonderful performance of a complex, highly specialized and internationally recognized…
MUSIC IN BERNINI'S ROME
Sant’Agnese in Agone, Piazza Navona - Guided tour in english with Baroque music concert (on Thursday 6:30pm) (available also on demand for private groups)
SOUNDS AND VISIONS OF CARAVAGGIO
Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Via del Corso 305 - Guided tour with Baroque music concert (on Saturday 11:00am) (available also on demand for private groups)
MUSIC IN BERNINI'S ROME + TRADITIONAL DINNER
Sant’Agnese in Agone, Piazza Navona - Guided tour in english with Baroque music concert (on Thursday 6:30pm) with a Roman Traditional Dinner
MUSIC AND MYTH IN RAPHAEL FRESCOES
Villa Farnesina, Via della Lungara 230 - Guided tour with Renaissance live music on original instruments during special openings of Villa Farnesina
Artistic and scientific skills, performance’s vision and organization, make Roma Opera Omnia offers one of the most qualified novelty for the cultural tourism in Rome. All our musicians and historians are not only highly specialized experts, but also professionals moved by a deep love for the art and culture of their City. In each Itinerary they try to involve our visitors in the emotions and the beauty that this unique City offers.
17 December - Upcoming #event in #Rome #MUSIC IN #BERNINI'S ROME Dec 18th at 6:30pm Guided #tour in English of Sant'Agnese in Agone, jewel of Roman Baroque #architecture, and a #Baroque music #concert on original instruments. An unmissable experience during your #trip in Rome. Info & online Tickets: http://buff.ly/1A2HQhy
17 December - Upcoming #event in #Rome #MUSIC IN #BERNINI'S ROME Dec 18th at 6:30pm Guided #tour in English of Sant'Agnese in Agone, jewel of Roman Baroque #architecture, and a #Baroque music #concert on original instruments. An unmissable experience during your #trip in Rome. Info & online Tickets: http://buff.ly/1A2HBD8
16 December - New #event coming soon! We would like to invite you to our special event that will be held on every second Sunday of each month starting from January - "Music and Myth in Raphael's frescoes" at beautiful Villa #Farnesina. A wonderful visit accompanied by a live performance of #Renaissance #music. Info & online Tickets: http://buff.ly/16i4bPi #Raphael #concert #Rome
New CD with Caravaggio's music
Our new CD "Princeps music" contain a monograph on Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, the best Renaissance composer, and an exclusive reconstruction of the song painted by Caravaggio in the famous picture "Fuga in Egitto".
Hello there, We are visiting Rome from New Zealand, and we were privileged to attend two concerts of Operamnia 17 and 19 October. Each event was unique and we loved every minute. It was special to be able to enjoy the music in context and to be informed and to experience the setting and the authentic instruments. We appreciated the skilfulness of the musicians, but also their willingness to engage with the audience and to involve them in the presentation. We have purchased the CD to take home with us and we will enjoy listening to it while we remember these to unique concerts. Thank you. Kind regards
In April this year, it was my pleasure to hear a wonderful performance of renaissance and baroque music at the Palazzo Barberini featuring Stefano Sabene and his wonderful colleagues from the Roma Opera Omnia. If any of you are passing through Rome it is well worth a visit to the Palace which is home to the works of Raphael and Caravaggio and check the web for concert details.
We went to a one hour concert at Sant'Agnese at the Piazza Navona to listen to some music from "Bernini's Rome". This was a baroque music concert with both singing and instrumental works. There was a narrator who gave background information in English. The performers were excellent and it was a treat to listen to the music inside this church. The acoustics are superb. It was a pleasant, cool experience with excellent performances and overall a very relaxing way to spend some evening time.
We don't like guided tours very much, but this was different. It found place in the stunning Pallazzo Doria Pamfiji, on a saturday eleven o'clock, among history and art from the past. Our learned guide told us about some of the most interesting paintings, followed by the musicians, playing and singing as in the time of Caravaggio, in a very serious and professional way. We'll never forget it, and I think that the music also gave us a deeper understanding of the paintings, among them fantastic works of Velazguez and Carravaggio.
on saturday 28th of april we had an impresssing guided tour in the Doria Pamhilj Palace with a beautiful live concert of the Schola Romana Ensemble performing on instruments from the Caravaggio age. High artistic quality of all the musicians!! As a souvenir of this concert we bought a cd called Ardo d'amore with more examples of contemporary composers from renaissance/baroque era. We warmly recommend anybody, visiting Rom, who loves painting art as well as music to participate to this sound and vision tour.
The art and music in the beautiful Barberini Palazzo was a wonderful combination of art and music and a lovely experience. The art historian was excellent in her knowledge and presentation. Thank you!
Wonderfull music in a wonderfull surrouning!
I want to thank, you and your group for the concert on March 30 at Doria Pamphilj. Obviously the best day in Rome we enjoyed! When you are singing the first song, my eyes full with tears, very very enthusiastic for me! Thank you very much, gorgeous soprano :) My next visit is going to be especially for listening to you.
Dear Paola, I am writing to thank you very much for your assistance in booking your wonderful performance earlier this month. Congratulations on producing such an enjoyable musical experience in such a beautiful venue! I will certainly be in touch for future groups. Thank you again and Happy Easter!
It was a unique experience! Interesting and moving.
Ho avuto il piacere di assistere ad una presentazione di oggi. E' stato semplicemente meraviglioso! Grazie.
Dear Paola, The concert and tour was excellent! We all enjoyed it very much. Unfortunately we leave early Thursday so we can't make your next concert. Thank you very much for today, Regards, Amanda
beautiful church, and music!
It was very special to listen to your music but also your entousiast guide.
Ottimo il repertorio e bravissimi gli interpreti.
Thank you again for the two lovelly serenades you gave us in this beautifull place! I would dream to make you do the same thing in our lovelly manors here in Britany...why not?