Ravello Concert Festival
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FROM APRIL 1st TO NOVEMBER 1st 2019
Experience the 64th edition of the Ravello Music Festival, which is one of the oldest and most renowned festivals in Italy. The connection between Villa Rufolo, the delightful venue made impressive and welcoming by the Scottish philanthropist Francis Neville Reid, and Richard Wagner was too alluring to pass up the idea of holding concerts in a place consecrated by the visit of the composer himself.
Hence the inspiration, in 1953, to found the first Musical Festival of Ravello. The magic of this Festival is due both to the beauty of landscape and the natural location that, like a cloud in the sky, leans 15 meters high on the rock. On this breathtaking stage the best artists and the best orchestras meet every year in an enchanting harmony of art and music.
Among all the performances of the festival, the most suggestive is undoubtedly the Sunrise Concert. Seeing the sun rise by listening to classical music will give everyone a feeling so indescribable that you will never forget it.
Enjoy the Sunrise Concert at the Belvedere of Villa Rufolo on 11th August 2018, 4.40 a.m.
“Sunset cruise”, your private event: enjoy an unforgettable and romantic sunset tour on a 5 star luxury yacht, among Li Galli Islands and Positano with the Island of Capri on the horizon. 2 hour sunset cruise between the beauties of the Amalfi Coast and the scent of the sea. Prosecco will be offered.
Dinner in a One-Michelin-starred restaurant, where guests will be treated to the delicacies of refined Mediterranean cuisine.
Overnight at a luxury historic palace, reserved to a clientele of élite, one of the oldest family-owned establishments in Italy, playing host to stellar personages from all disciplines of the arts as Wagner – who composed on the piano in the lobby – where guests can relax, enjoy the beautiful sea of Amalfi Coast.
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Slc EXCLUSIVEComplimentary cappuccino break after the Sunrise Concert in the most exclusive bar of Ravello!