Viva Vivaldi at the Museum Diocesano in Venice
Antonio Vivaldi, also known as the “Red Priest” in the eighteenth century, has certainly been the greatest Venetian composer and violinist, famous all over the world for composing an unrivalled opera: The Four Seasons.
The Four Seasons of Vivaldi is maybe the work that continues to charme musicians and passionate, not only in the classical music world, but also in unsuspected genres such as pop, rock, heavy metal, guitar virtuoso. The Four Seasons is still nowadays the most widespread and performed concert by orchestras in the world.
That said, Venice has decided to pay tribute to Vivaldi and his Four Seasons from May 2017, by hosting an unprecedented event: Viva Vivaldi – The Four Season Mystery, much more than an exhibition, a multidimensional experience, a ‘show of images, music and scents‘ created by the company Emotional Experience Srl in collaboration with the Venice Patriarchate, to celebrate an absolute and timeless genius.
The event is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm at the Sacred Art Diocesan Museum of St. Mark, just behind the Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs.
B&B Bloom strongly recommends all guests to enjoy this unique show, by accessing the venue you will also have the opportunity to visit and walk through the Cloister of Sant’Appolonia, the oldest cloister in Venice.