La Fenice Theatre
The Fenice Theatre, built in 1790-1792 project by Giannantonio Selva, was destroyed by fire twice. The first time on 1836: the restoration carried out by Tommaso and Giambattista Meduna after the fire privileged the musical function. When La Fenice Theatre was destroyed by fire on January 1996, the theatre was to be rebuilt as quickly as possible. It was decided there and then to rebuild La Fenice “as and where it stood”. The winning project by Aldo Rossi was completed by the end of 2003. The reconstruction work was performed in five different environments: Sale Apollinee, Theatrical Cavea, Scenery Machinery, Northern Wing, Southern Wing.
- Theatre Tours
- Telephone: +39 041 786511
- La Fenice Opera House has two entrances:
- the stage door is for theatre staff and performers only and is manned by a doorman;
- the main entrance is for paying theatregoers, visitors on guided tours, and people who wish to purchase tickets for performances or souvenirs at the theatre bookshops or simply ask for information at our Information Desk.
- Lifts The boxes, gallery and family circle can be reached via elevators. Ushers will be happy to escort you to your seats.
- Access The theatre complies with all legal regulations regarding special needs accessibility. Special needs patrons can access the theatre via an elevator located on the ground floor on Calle de La Fenice. We kindly request that you call us in advance at + 39 041 786511 so that we can notify the appropriate staff members, who will be happy to guide you through the theatre.
The show is in the third row stages and it wants to remember the seven years of The Divine's Venetian performances through archive materials and stills.
Maria Callas at Fenice is included in the path of the guided tours.
full price ticket 10€
reduced price ticket for students up to 26 years old and over 65 years old 7€
The ticket includes...
Fabrizio Plessi’s Opera
a lights, sounds, video travel
from 20th of July to 6th of August 2017
Fabrizio Plessi is one of the leading international exponents of video-art. Plessi – who was born in Reggio Emilia but lived in Venice, where he graduated later becoming professor of painting at the Academy of Fine Arts –...
At Teatro La Fenice from May 19 to July 16, 2017 "La traviata" Opera of Giuseppe Verdi by Francesco Maria Piave.
Direction: Robert Carsen
Scenes and Costums: Patrick Kinmonth Light
designer: Robert Carsen e Peter Van Praet
Coreography: Philippe Giraudeau
Orchestra and Choir of Teatro La Fenice, director Claudio Marino...