New Dates 2018

Programma Concerti Stagione 2018 “Passioni Barocche tra Sacro e Profano” SETTEMBRE INFERNO E PARADISO: NAPOLI E VENEZIA 8 e 9 Settembre alle 19:00 Stabat Mater di A. Scarlatti Musica sacra da Napoli a Venezia Liesl Odenweller, Soprano Elena Biscuola, Contralto Venice Music Project Ensemble Carlo Steno Rossi, conductore LA VOCE DEL VIOLINO 15 e 16 […]

New Website!

We’ve launched our new website, and we’re excited to introduce you to our new look. Welcome to our new and improved Venice Music Project website. With a fresh look and feel and intuitive design, our new website is designed with you in mind. What do you think about it? We will love to hear from […]


VENICE MUSIC PROJECT by Elena Longo     A small concert series is investing in Venice and fighting the odds to bring her hidden musical heritage back to life.     The world has heard the Four Seasons played to death. Why not hear Vivaldi’s other masterpieces? And what about the other composers who lived […]

Venice Music Project Accessibility

Access for travelers with disabilities: With its 435 bridges Venice may seem like an unreachable destination for people with disabilities, but fortunately this is not the case. The city is accessible to mothers with strollers, to the elderly, to tourists with suitcases and to visitors in wheelchairs. Therefore, Venice Music Project has also increased its […]

Vivaldi, Vivaldi, Vivaldi!

With Venice Music Project in the St. George’s Anglican church 23, 25, 30 September and 2 October PROGRAM – A. VIVALDI (1678-1741) Concerto in mi min. RV 133 per archi e basso continuo Allegro moderato-Andante-Presto – A. VIVALDI Concerto in Do magg. RV 451 per oboe, archi e basso continuo Allegro molto-Largo-Allegro Nicola Favaro, oboe […]

Canzoni da Battello – Gondola Songs

Did you know that “La Biondina in gondoleta” was written for this lady? Gondola Songs J.J. Rousseau, a French philosopher and writer from the 18th century, described in his Dictionary of Music how traditional boat songs, barcarolles, were originally sung by Venetian gondoliers who would listen to popular arias in the many theaters throughout the […]