Teatro La Fenice
Teatro La Fenice finally rose from the ashes in November 2004. Following a devastating fire in 1996 that nearly burned the famous opera house to the ground, massive reconstruction took place to restore the theatre to its original splendor. Known worldwide for its dramatic beauty, La Fenice is also known for being the cradle of many great operas. It was the site of the infamous fiasco at the premiere of LA TRAVIATA, and of the great triumphs of TANCREDI, ERNANI, and RIGOLETTO that helped launch the careers of Rossini and Verdi. Some events in the upcoming season will take place at the restored and charming Teatro Malibran, located in the Cannaregio neighborhood.
Teatro San Gallo
For anyone planning a trip to Venice, The Story of Venezia is a great and fun way to find out a little more about the culture of the city. The show is both informative and entertaining, covering the story of Venice from not only as a centre of power but also as a centre of the arts.
It is a city that has attracted many famous visitors over the centuries and has been the inspiration to to many. The show, Venezia, fills in the gaps left by the published guides and along the way delivers an show that is involving, informative, exciting, thrilling and entertaining.
Venezia is a fun way to find out something of the hidden story of Venice.
This pretty 17th-century theatre was built over the ruins of Marco Polo’s palazzo (mansion). It now shares a classical music, opera and ballet program with La Fenice, as well as hosting an intimate chamber-music season.
The Teatro Goldoni (formerly Teatro San Luca, Teatro Vendramin di San Salvatore) is one of the opera houses and theatres of Venice. Today it is the home of the Teatro Stabile del Veneto. The modern theatre is located near the Rialto Bridge in the historic center of Venice.