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The Amazing Sound of Cave Romane

    CARL ORFF : CARMINA BURANA


    QUARRY  "CAVE ROMANE" - VINKURAN
    (municipality of Medulin - Istria)
    23.08.2017. - 9 pm

    Listen to Carmina Burana in an authentic ancient quarry. You can rest assured that in this unusual ambience you'll experience this magical music in a different way.

    Orchestra:
    The choir and symphony orchestra "Cave Romane" was composed by musicians from Italy, Slovenia and Croatia (Filarmonici Friulani from Udin, Slovenian Philharmonic from Ljubljana, Vinko Vodopivac Music School from Ajdovščina, Mixed Choir of Jeka Primorja from Rijeka)

    Soloists:
    Sopran: Antonella Malis, Croatia
    Tenor: Alessandro Cortello, Italy
    Baritone: Lucas Somoza Osterc, Argentina
    Conductor: Igor Vlajnić, Croatia

    Advance sale ticket prices
    PARTERRE 1 (rows 1-10) = 200 kn
    PARTERRE 2 (rows 11-27) = 150 kn
    STANDS = 110 kn

    Ticket prices on concert day
    PARTERRE 1 (rows 1-10) = 250 kn
    PARTERRE 2 (rows 11-27) = 200 kn
    STANDS = 150 kn

    POINTS OF SALE
    EVENTIM: www.eventim.hr / www.eventim.si and all EVENTIM points of sale in Croatia and Slovenia
    Office of Tourist Bord Medulin, Brajdina 41, every day from 8 to 21 h
    Hotel Park Plaza Belvedere (Medulin), from Mon to Fri from 9 am to 1 pm and 6 pm to 9 pm, Sundays from 6pm to 9 pm
    Park Plaza Verudela (Pula) from Mon to Fri from 9 am to 1 pm and 6 pm to 9 pm, Sundays from 6 pm to 9 pm
    Arena Hospitality Group (Pula, Splitska 1), from Mon to Fri from 8 am to 4 pm

     

    Cave Romane, an ancient Roman quarry in Vinkuran from which stone was excavated for the construction of Pula Arena back in the 1st century, is a unique stage for classical music concerts. This fantastic space has excellent acoustics, which is why opera arias performed here by renowned singers accompanied by a philharmonic orchestra sound almost unreal.

    There are approximately a thousand seats in perfect harmony with nature, which provides a wondrous musical experience. The quarry is open to visitors, and we definitely recommend taking a walk through its labyrinth of stone blocks located at the entrance before the concert.

     

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