Festival di Caracalla 2018

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An Evening at the Opera Under the Stars at the Baths of Caracalla

There’s no better way to spend a balmy summer night in Rome than enjoying an opera, ballet or concert at the Baths of Caracalla. A cultural hub and vibrant social spot back in Ancient Rome, the Baths were the equivalent of a community day spa, where Romans would go to bathe and socialize. It was a place to entertain and to be entertained. Fast-forward thousands of years later, and the ruins have become an open-air, improvised stage that welcomes thousands of locals and tourists every summer.

This summer’s list of operas performed by Rome’s Teatro dell’Opera includes Traviata ( 3 – 20 Jul) and Carmen (14 Jul – 2 Aug), and the ballet Romeo and Juliet (27 July – 4 Aug). Other performances on the program include the composer Ennio Morricone with him 60 years of music tour (16 – 17 Jun), Paolo Conte and his orchestra (14 – 15 Jun), James Taylor (23 Jul), Björk (30 Jul), the worldwide famous ballet dancer Roberto Bolle and Friends (17  – 18 July) and Joan Baez (6 August).

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

paolo conte caracalla festival 2018

June 14-15 | Paolo Conte and his orchestra

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ennio morricone caracalla festival 2018

June 16-17-18-29 | Ennio Morricone

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traviata caracalla festival
July 3-20 | La Traviata

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carmen festival di caracalla

July 14 – August 2 | Carmen

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Roberto Bolle at caracalla festival 2018

July 17-18 | Roberto Bolle & Friends

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taylor caracalla
July 23 | James Taylor 

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Festival di Caracalla 2018
July 27 – August 4 | Romeo & Juliet 

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bjork caracalla festival 2018

July 30 | Bjork

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joan baez caracalla festival 2018

August 6 | Joan Baez 

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TILL 6 AUGUST

Baths of Caracalla

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 52

9pm

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