Elisabetta De Mircovich & Matteo Zenatti

THU, 7 SEP
6:00 PM
Thursday, Sep 7, 2023 • 6:00 PM
10 months ago
Eremitani Civic Museums
Piazza Eremitani, 8, Padua (PD), Italy
Elisabetta De Mircovich & Matteo Zenatti

Elisabetta De Mircovich & Matteo Zenatti

  • Elisabetta De Mircovich,voce, symphonia, viella, violoncello barocco

  • Matteo Zenatti,voce, arpa salterio, arpa rinascimentale

Benedetto Ferrari

Voglio di vita uscir

Stefano Landi

Chiudete gli occhi

Raimbaut de Vaqueiras

Guerra ni plaitz no so bon

Anonimo

Dulcis amor

Claudio Monteverdi

Sì dolce’l tormento

Hildegard von Bingen

O dulcissime amator, o dulcissime amplexator

The Velvet Underground

Venus in furs

Oswald Von Wolkenstein

Es seusst von orient

Francesco Landini

S’i ti son stato

Magister Piero

Con dolce brama

Fabrizio De André

La ballata dell’amore cieco

Depeche Mode

Master and Servant

Chiostro Albini, Musei civici agli Eremitani

Biglietti 5€
disponibili presso il circuito 2tickets.it; presso Gabbia Dischi, via Dante 8;
al botteghino del concerto

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Location

Eremitani Civic Museums

Piazza Eremitani, 8
Padua (PD), Veneto, Italy
Eremitani Civic Museums

Padua

Eremitani Civic Museums

The most important Paduan complex of museums features the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art in a charming former convent.

Nearby
  • The most important Paduan complex of museums features the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art in a charming former convent.

  • The church, partially destroyed in 1944, preserves the remains of the splendid frescoes painted by Guariento and Andrea Mantegna

  • The Scrovegni Chapel houses one of the most outstanding masterpieces of figurative art of all time, the complete fresco cycle created by Giotto

  • The Roman Arena of Padua was an amphitheatre used for gladiator games in the ancient Patavium. The Arena ruins are now part of the Giardini dell'Arena park.

  • Part of the Eremitani Civic Museums complex, the palazzo houses the Museum of Applied and Decorative Arts and the Bottacin Museum in its rooms.