The European Museum of Modern Art to host performances of 'Elisir d'Amore', 'La Traviata' and 'La Bohéme' in July.
As they say at the European Museum of Modern Art, opera is a complete art, incorporating music, song, poetry, visual arts and dance. This makes each performance unique and exclusive, involving the eyes, hearing, imagination and sensitivity of the public. Although it’s always a good idea to go to the opera, some works are essential and simply must be seen at least once in a lifetime. So we’re lucky that the MEAM has organized a Summer Opera cycle that includes three of the most important operatic works in history.
First of all, on 1 July we can enjoy a performance of 'Elisir d'Amore', a love story that speaks of the difficulty of communication between human beings while exploring the most intimate emotions of the characters. On 15 July 15th it will be time for 'La Traviata', one of the most famous operas composed by Verdi, a modern and very human tragedy. To close the cycle we will see 'La Bohéme' on 29 July, one of the most beautiful and compelling works by Puccini. All the performances will take place at 6pm on Friday.
Advance tickets cost €25 (€30 on the door) and include a visit to the museum, attendance at one of the three sessions and a glass of wine. You can get more information and buy your tickets at the following link.
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