Summer is halfway over, and we are already bursting with excitement about our

Fall Season! ♪♫♬

2019 has been thrilling for us so far -- we have done so many exciting new things!
Here are some highlights:
*The Jommelli Requiem at Easter (photo below)
*Collaboration with the wonderful musicologist Dr. Marica Tacconi of Penn State University
*The new Back to Bach series
*Our amazing intern, Trevor -- we really miss him!

And our Fall Season starts on Saturday, 7 September with "Casanova's Venice!"

Concerts are bookable now online, featuring a number of new programs, including a continuation of our Back to Bach cycle, an all-new Duelling Harpsichords program, and more!
Also upcoming:
- a reprise of the serenata Amor Prigioniero, which we performed in 2015 for the first time in 300 years
- the re-release of our debut CD, Follia (also downloadable)
- recording of a new CD, slated for Fall/Winter 2019-2020
- Our first US Tour, in November 2019 (VMP Fall 2019 Tour)

To share with all of you how important you are to us, and how much we love having you in our audiences, during the Fall 2019 Season, we are offering a welcome drink to everyone! For friends reserving Premium seating, you will also receive a special gift.

So book now! We look forward to seeing you soon, and sharing some more music and community!

2019 Calendar

Now available on our website the 2019 calendar with details on our upcoming concerts! To see the concert lineup and book your tickets click here.
or call us at +39 345 791 1948

or visit our ticket office open on Friday and Saturday.

St. George's Anglican Church
Campo San Vio
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Can't make it to one of our concerts?
Please consider joining Friends of Venice Music Project, thereby supporting us in our season and our efforts to help fund the restoration of the historical and beautiful settings we perform in. You can support us by sharing our initiative with friends and family and by making a donation. Any donation, even a small contribution, will help us achieve our goals!
Venice Music Project is a 501(c)3 organization (Tax Identification Number: 47-2306591), your contribution toward our work is tax deductible in the US to the full extent of the law.

To contact us for more info:


And remember...

We will Ba-ROCK you!
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