To the mainstream music fan, the words “Italian music” conjures up images of tenors belting out high notes in formal recitals attended by members of high society. To a certain degree, that’s true but there’s so much more to music in Italy than what American media may suggest. Italy’s music scene is as diverse as that of any country in North America and western Europe. A testament to that is the multitude of festivals dedicated to music that are held throughout the nation every year. So, if you want a little of everything, here are the five Italian festivals for the music lover that you should watch out for. Arena di Verona Opera Festival There’s no denying that Italy is the home of opera. What could be more incredible than an opera performance in an ancient Roman auditorium? At the Arena di Verona Opera Festival held from June until September […]
"Buon Giorno Priscila, Again, thank you and big Grazie for the wonderful trip you arranged for Marilyn and me."
From Siena, Florence, Rome to Sorrento everything was wonderful. The hotels were all better than expected, drivers all on time and very friendly and professional, and the tours great. In particular Ismael who took us to see the original David (which took...
Robert Turnbull (British Columbia, Canada)
Customized Trip, March 2014