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Discover Viva Vivaldi. The Four Seasons Immersive Concert


This summer, Verona transforms into a delightful stage for a unique and immersive reinterpretation of Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons,” captivating both long-time aficionados and the newer generations. The event, conceived by the renowned Marco Balich and co-produced by the Arena di Verona Foundation, promises to be a multisensory experience that merges classical music fidelity with the allure of cutting-edge technology.

Who was Antonio Vivaldi?

Antonio Vivaldi, often referred to as “The Red Priest” due to his red hair and clerical status, was one of the most influential late Baroque composers. Born in Venice in 1678, he is best known for his extensive instrumental compositions and his significant contributions to the development of the concerto, a musical form that showcases the interaction between a small group of solo instruments and a larger orchestra.

Why are “The Four Seasons” so Important?

“The Four Seasons” consists of four violin concertos composed around 1720, and they remain among the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire. These concertos are remarkable for how Vivaldi incorporated natural sounds and forms into music. Each concerto is associated with a season of the year, capturing elements such as the song of birds in spring, summer storms, autumn harvests, and winter ice.

An Innovative Musical Journey

The orchestra, comprised of 29 talented musicians led by young prodigy Giovanni Andrea Zanon, remains faithful to Vivaldi’s original score. However, this event stands out by integrating immersive technologies that create an extraordinary flow of three-dimensional images, celebrating the wonder of nature in previously unseen ways.

Special Promotions for Young People

As a welcoming gesture to new generations, a special under-30 promotion has been reserved, offering tickets at just 28 euros in all sectors. This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to experience great music in a completely new and exciting format.

Who is Marco Balich?

Marco Balich is an illustrious Venetian event organizer, designer, and manager, known for creating some of the most memorable and spectacular ceremonies of the past decades. After making his mark with the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Rio Olympics and Qatar 2022, as well as the permanent show “The Last Judgment” in Rome, Balich now brings his artistic vision to Verona. His ability to merge cultural elements with innovative technologies has made his shows globally appreciated, and his work continues to inspire in the world of international events.

The Rising Star: Giovanni Andrea Zanon

Giovanni Andrea Zanon, a rising star in the world of the violin, is recognized for his extraordinary ability and his early musical career. Playing a 1716 Stradivari violin, Zanon will not only enchant the audience with his talent but also bring a rich and fascinating story to the stage.

Ticket Purchase Information

Advance sales are already open and available on the website and through the TicketOne network. We invite you not to miss the opportunity to attend this unique event.

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