An Exhibition of Images, Music and Scents
For the first time in Venice,
opening May 13
Since July 1 Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 8pm Booked group visits also from 8pm to 10pm Weekly closing: Monday.
The 28 July is the anniversary of Antonio Vivaldi’s death (Vienna, 1741). Antonio Vivaldi was a famous composer, but when
In a phantasmagorical Venice
Images come to life and enliven the architecture of the rooms according to the music, creating an enormous fresco made of signs, forms and colours. An incredible journey to discover the composer of The Four Seasons. An invitation to explore his music and his world.
See the music, hear the pictures
For the first time in Italy, a video-mapping indoor show made of immersive HD images, surround sound and scent special effects. A unique sensorial experience to unveil the mystery of Vivaldi’s extraordinary talent and his innovative style.
Genius and Mystery
Priest, producer, expert violinist, composer and educator Who really was Antonio Vivaldi? An insane inspired man? One of the first big music stars? Who were the girls of the Pietà for whom he composed with passion transforming them into musicians and artists?
Antonio Vivaldi, the Red Priest
Venetian composer (1678-1741), he wrote The Four Seasons, among the most performed and recorded pieces ever. He composed almost 600 concertos, operas and sonatas. He inspired countless composers from Bach to rock, rap and heavy metal artists.
An Homage to Vivaldi
An evocative story about the man and the artist Antonio Vivaldi and the mystery of his extraordinary composing skills, produced by Emotional Experiences.
In the heart of Venice
Viva Vivaldi, The Four Seasons Mystery is located at the Museo Diocesano, just behind the Basilica di San Marco and not far from Il Ponte dei Sospiri (Bridge of Sights).