Reviving the San Cassiano Theatre in Venice
In episode #47 Monica engages in a conversation with Paul Atkin, a representative from Teatro San Cassiano. Teatro San Cassiano is an ambitious project that aims to reconstruct the original opera house, built in 1637 in Venice. Through this endeavor, the project aims to revive historically-informed Baroque opera in Venice. The Teatro San Cassiano holds significance as the world’s first public opera house, marking its inauguration in 1637. This project intends to restore and revive the rich cultural heritage of Baroque opera by bringing back the historical essence of the Teatro San Cassiano.
Join us on a journey through time and culture with our latest podcast episode, dedicated to the revival of the historic San Cassiano Theatre in Venice. Discover the captivating tales of restoration, cultural resurgence, and the vibrant performances that breathe new life into this iconic venue. Ready to be transported to the heart of Venetian entertainment? Tune in to our podcast now and let the echoes of the San Cassiano Theatre’s rebirth captivate your imagination. Don’t miss out – listen today and become part of the narrative as we explore the cultural renaissance of this timeless gem in Venice!
You can find Paul Atkin at Teatro San Cassiano and on all social medias as teatrosancassiano.
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