Discover centuries of classical art and music in Venice with this Interpreti Veneziani concert, which includes admission to the Music Museum. Admire cellos and violins from the 17th to 19th centuries and learn Vivaldi’s life story at the Music Museum in the San Maurizio Church. Finish your day enjoying famous symphonies by composers such as Bach, Handel and Mozart performed by the acclaimed Interpreti Veneziani ensemble.
Head to the Music Museum at the San Maurizio Church in central Venice to begin exploring the city’s classical art and music heritage. Originally a workshop where stringed instruments were made and repaired, the Music Museum is today home to an impressive collection of rare 17th- to 19th-century cellos and violins. As you explore the museum, gain insight into the life of baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi — considered among Venice’s most famous sons. Learn of talented instrument makers such as Guadagnini and Goffriller, and hear examples of the beautiful notes their instruments produce.In the evening, finish your experience with a baroque music concert by the acclaimed Interpreti Veneziani ensemble at San Vidal Church. Listen to pieces such as Vivaldi’s 'The Four Seasons' or Mozart’s 'A Little Night Music' alongside symphonies by composers such as Bach and Handel, and enjoy the 17th-century church’s pitch-perfect acoustics. When the recital ends, step outside to conclude your tour.