"La Traviata" Experience has a unique characteristic: it's an emotional journey between Opera and prose. A side plot in English helps understanding the true meaning of this musical drama written by the most important Italian Artist, Giuseppe Verdi. The show takes place in the "Stained Glass Hall" of the Methodist Church in the heart of Rome with a Romantic setting
La Traviata Experience takes place between 7:00 and 8:15 PM in the Methodist Evangelical Church in via Firenze 38, in the heart of Rome. The Show will take place with a minimum number of participants: you will receive confirmation 7 days prior to event's date.
“La Traviata” is a worldwide famous Music Drama by Giuseppe Verdi, inspired by “The Lady of the Camellias” by Alexandre Dumas.
Set in Paris, it tells the story of Violetta Valéry: she knows that she will die soon, exhausted by her restless life as a courtesan. At a ball she meets Alfredo Germont, who has been fascinated by her for a long time: he declares his deep love to her but there is no place for such feelings in her life, Violetta replies.
But she gives him a camellia, asking him to return when the flower has faded. He realizes this means he will see her again the following day. Alone, Violetta is torn by conflicting emotions—she doesn’t want to give up her way of life, but at the same time she feels that Alfredo has awakened her desire to be truly loved.
The Music Drama unfolds with the moving music of Verdi until the inevitable tragic ending…
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