A virtual tour on Music in Venice in the 18th century, a women’s challenge

Luisella Romeo
Article by Luisella Romeo

In the 18th Century, Venice became a revolutionary centre of music. While theatres and opera houses thrived, the Ospedali competed as well, becoming music conservatories where the real protagonists were women, in an open challenge to the Roman Catholic Church. Exploring the role female musicians and singers played at this time in Venice will help understand their role in social assistance, as well.
Date: December 12th at 7pm CET Time
The duration of the whole event is around 1,5 hours total including a Q&A session
Cost per webinar is 35euro per user — you can be as many as you want in front of your computer screen
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