The Opera is a travelling show and each act is set in a different hall of one of the most fascinating Venetian palaces: Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto.
In the Baroque era, Venetian Palaces were places where music was an integral part of parties and receptions.
The Cantate or allegorical serenades were performed together with Opera although with a commemorative purpose.
Opera performances in the palaces were only for a selected audience and limited to the friends of the noble family who arranged the event.
Musica a Palazzo is located in Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto, on the Grand Canal, alongside the “Giglio” vaporetto (waterbus) stop.
The access is from the mainland, from Fondamenta Duodo or Barbarigo, on the main walking route connecting Piazza San Marco and the Accademia Bridge.
RESTAURANTS (AFTER THE THEATER)
Caffe’ Centrale Venezia is located in Palazzo Cocco Molin, an old Venetian residence built in 1500, in the middle of the historic centre.
A minute away from Piazza San Marco, Caffe’ Centrale offers seductive atmospheres, pleasent feelings and a touch of elegance.
San Marco, Piscina de Frezzaria 1659/B
30124 – Venezia
Main Entrance: Piscina de Frezzaria n. 1659
+39 041 88 76 642
A BECCAFICO RESTAURANT
Right in a fantastic square, Campo Santo Stefano.
The location is charming; sit outside to enjoy the people watching in the Campo (Square).
Good food and good atmosphere.
Venetian cuisine, with a menu rich in seafood pastas (such as a simple but delicious spaghetti alle vongole), and fresh tuna, sea bream, fabulous calamari and swordfish.
The waiters will advise on the fish of the day and specials such as eggplant ragout.