Tickets for Paganini Opera: Concert in the Strada Nuova Museums
Feel Paganini's music come to life as you explore three historical palaces
- Visit this UNESCO human heritage site and get access to three stunning Italian palaces
- Marvel at a world-class collection of art and design, bringing together classical painting, grandiose frescoes and furnishings, and sumptuous tapestries
- Enjoy live performances of Paganini's music, as your expert violinist accompanies your guided tour – culminating with a performance in the prestigious Concert Hall of Palazzo Rosso
To understand the music of Niccolò Paganini you really need to experience it – and what better experience than exploring three spectacular palaces, brimming with rare artworks, all soundtracked by a live performance of some of Paganini's greatest work! Bellissima!
The Strada Nuova is a UNESCO human heritage site, combining three historical palaces, each housing extensive collections of classical artworks.
Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a whirlwind tour of the Palazzo Bianco, through the Palazzo Rosso, and onto the Palazzo Tursi. Along the way, you'll marvel at a stunning collection of masterpieces from the 16th to the 18th centuries, by artists such as Veronese, Rubens, Van Dyck and Murillo.
The centerpiece of the collection is the Cannone, the actual violin upon which Paganini composed his masterpieces. But the real highlight is the expert violinist who accompanies your visit, soundtracking your journey with live performances of Paganini's music!
- Entrance to the Museums of Strada Nuova: Palazzo Bianco, Palazzo Rosso, Palazzo Tursi
- Concert with Paganini Music
- Guided tour by an art historian in English (French and Italian only available for groups of min. 15 people)
Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Bus: 18 or 20 to Portello/Interiano or I12 to Funicolare Sant'Anna + 3-minute walk.
Paganini led a famously extravagant lifestyle which ultimately cost him his life – his 18th-century partying resulted in nasty bouts of syphilis and tuberculosis which troubled him until his death.