The Salone Margherita is an Art Nouveau Theatre founded in 1898 as Café Chantant, an exclusive place where guests could have dinner while watching a cabaret show.
Find all opera concerts at Salone Margherita.
Salone Margherita Theatre, Via dei Due Macelli 75, Rome
Show h 8:30 pm - Show with Dinner h 7:30 pm
The Orchestra I Virtuosi dell’opera di Roma, formed by professors of the most prestigious Italian conservatories, is specialized in performing whole opera repertoire, specially from the Italian lyrical tradition.
“La Traviata”, the most famous opera by Giuseppe Verdi, set in Paris in the XIX century, narrates the story of the impossible love between Violetta, a well-known courtesan, and Alfredo, a young good-looking nobleman. Since its beginning, their story is predestined to end in tragedy.
During a party, the courtesan Violetta discovers that Alfredo loves her. A short while afterwards, they are living together near Paris, but because of her past behaviour, Alfredo’s father asks her to leave him. Violetta sacrifices herself and Alfredo, unaware, hurts her. A few months later, Violetta is dying. Soon Alfredo is there at her bedside. Crying out that she feels life returning, she falls dead in his arms.
Approximate duration (min.): 150
Reductions apply to: Under 18, Students (MAX 27 years), Groups (min 15 pax), Military, Roma Pass.Learn MoreAs low as €26.00