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Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" in Venice

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Lavinia,  Romania Romania
03 Jan 2023
Excellent
We loved the concert. Such a great atmosphere, beautiful music, very good organization. Will definitely recommend the experience to any friends traveling to Venice :)
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Grant,  United States United States
17 May 2022
Excellent
This was an unforgettable evening in Venice. The performers were passionate about the music and made it come alive. The setting at San Vidal felt grand and with incredible acoustics.
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Marion,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
30 Jan 2023
Excellent
All very professional and very enjoyable. Lovely location. Be sure to arrive early.
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About: Chiesa di San Vidal

The Chiesa di San Vidal is a spectacular concert hall situated at one end of the Campo Santo Stefano in Venice. It's the location for concerts by Interpreti Veneziani, a world class ensemble who perform the likes of Mozart and Bach on the former altar.

Chiesa di San Vidal
Campiello San Vidal, 30124, Venice
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