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La Traviata by Verdi | A Spectacular Evening

La Traviata opera by Giuseppe Verdi in Arena di Verona. Enjoy beautiful photos and video of the end of the performance. ouritalianjourney.com

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La Traviata Opera

Arriving in Verona at the beginning of September we thought the opera season was over. After going to the Information Office, we found out that there was one week left in the season and tickets were available! The man helping us at the counter gave us a synopsis of each of the operas playing. Aida is four-hours long so we ruled that one out immediately. We weren’t sure we could sit in the seats for that long a period of time. We love Giuseppe Verdi so we narrowed it down and purchased great tickets for that Saturday evening for La Traviata.

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A Bit of History

Here is a photo of the Title Page of Giuseppe Verdi’s score from 1813-1901. It is incredible to see this. Thank you Wikimedia Commons!

La Traviata opera by Giuseppe Verdi in Arena di Verona. Enjoy beautiful photos and video of the end of the performance. Title page of Giuseppe Verdi's score 1813-1901ouritalianjourney.com
photo credit: Wikimedia Commons


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La Traviata opera by Giuseppe Verdi in Arena di Verona. Enjoy beautiful photos and video of the end of the performance. ouritalianjourney.com

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    Our Italy — “La Traviata by Verdi: A Spectacular Evening in Verona” | Conversational Italian!
    March 23, 2020 at 11:33 am

    […] been traveling to and blogging about their experiences in Italy since 2010. Read on for their post La Traviata by Verdi — A Spectacular Evening,  from their visit to Verona in […]

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      imodica
      March 24, 2020 at 5:50 pm

      Thank you for the kind words and support of a fellow blogger. You are a treasure!

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    Steven Toh
    February 18, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    Nice blog and interesting information, it reminds me of Aida Opera in Verona , it shows how love can be forbidden when Aida gets stuck between her love for the Egyptian leader Radames and between her love for her father and country, Ethiopia.
    I tried to write a blog about it , hope you also like it: https://stenote.blogspot.com/2019/04/verona-at-aida.html

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      imodica
      February 19, 2021 at 8:17 am

      You have some great information on the post, Steven! Thanks for the comment.

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