ROMA, NAPOLI, VENEZIA... IN UN CRESCENDO ROSSINIANO

ROMA, NAPOLI, VENEZIA... IN UN CRESCENDO ROSSINIANO

Naples, Rome, Venice... An early 19th century carriage pulled by two horses covered in plumes and an elegant coachmen trots along the streets of Rome, passing Via del Corso, Piazza del Popolo, the Imperial Forum. It carries an exceptional visitor, a humorous and pot-bellied composer, the great- est of his time, who returns after nearly two centuries to the three great Italian “cities of art” – Naples, Rome and Venice – in which he lived and composed his fugues, cabalettes and most renowned crescendos: Gioachino Rossini. In the present-day, he travels the streets and squares of Rome; along the seafront and alleyways of Naples; in a gondola, down the canals of Venice, where he first directed and staged The Marriage Contract. From his carriage and his gondola, Rossini leads us through these cities, showing us their beauty.

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