Verona Opera

Verona Opera

The romantic city of Verona is famous for its large, open piazzas, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and of course its grand Roman amphitheatre sat proudly in Piazza Bra. From June to September the arena is host to classic opera performances.

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    Opera Schedule 2014

    The world renowned arena and annual opera festival are highly recommended for anyone going to Lake Garda. Book online or arrange with your Holiday Advisor in resort - prices are from £50 per person and include tickets as well as transport to and from your resort. If you're staying in Verona you can pre-book your ticket or book with your Holiday Advisor in resort.

    • Un ballo in maschera
      20, 27 June 2014;
      11, 19, 24, 31 July 2014;
      8 August 2014
    • Carmen
      21, 26 June 2014;
      4, 10, 18, 25 July 2014;
      1, 7, 14, 29 August 2014;
      3 September 2014
    • Aida 2013
      28 June 2014;
      3, 6, 8, 15, 20, 23, 27, 29 July 2014;
      3, 31 August 2014
    • Turandot
      5, 9, 12, 16, 26, 30 July 2014;
      2 August 2014
    • Aida 1913
      10, 16, 24, 26 August 2014;
      4, 7 September 2014
    • Madame Butterfly
      15, 22, 27, 30 August 2014;
      2, 5 September 2014
    • Romeo et Juliette
      23, 28 August 2014;
      6 September 2014


    All June and July performances begin at 9pm, all others at 8.45pm
    Please note: Dates, times and prices are subject to change. Opening night on 20th June 2014 and gala performances on 17th July, 22nd July and 9th August 2014 can only be booked locally subject to availability.

    Overview of Performances

    Un ballo in maschera

    Loosely based on a play by Eugène Scribe (Gustave III), Verdi’s opera, Un ball in maschera(The Masked Ball), tells the story of a king and his forbidden love of his best friend’s wife. Like many of Verdi’s opera, this one isn’t without tragedy.


    Carmen is an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet. The libretto was written by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy, based on a novella of the same title by Prosper Mérimée. Spanish heat and gypsy passion are brought to the stage.


    Aida is a classic love triangle: Aida, a Nubian princess, is captured by an Egyptian captain, Radames. Aida is the story of three people who are forced to make difficult choices.


    This sad yet romantic opera, set in Ancient China, has captivated the hearts of audiences since its first performance in 1926.

    Madame Butterfly

    Be prepared to be swept away. One of the world’s best loved masterpieces, Madame Butterfly is a gloriously passionate tale of misplaced love and betrayal.

    Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare's story is a tragedy about two star-crossed lovers whose deaths unite their feuding families.

    Verona Opera Seating Plan

    Click on the seating plan to view all prices for the Verona Opera.

    Seating Plan

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