Recommended by the New York Times in the article “36 Hours in Venice,” Venice Music Project takes you back in time to the era when Venice was a musical center of international prestige. In our 2017 season, in addition to concerts by Venetia Antiqua, our resident orchestra, VMP also hosts prestigious ensembles from around the world, continuing our rediscovery of the great tradition of music in the Veneto, performed with original instruments and performance practices. Since 2016, the concerts are held at St. George’s Anglican Church, between the Accademia Bridge and Museum and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
In addition to our research on Baroque music and dedication to presenting forgotten masterpieces in their first modern performances, an important part of our mandate is the restoration of the Church and the works of art that it contains, to help the city to remain alive for our own and future generations. This is possible through our US501c3 non-profit organization, Friends of Venice Music Project, our Italian Associazione Culturale for European donations, Justgiving in the UK, and Amazon Smile in the US, and additionally a portion of box office receipts. For further information on how you can help us reach our goals, please visit our page become a supporter
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