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We visited Ravello to watch the Budapest Orchestra play while overlooking the Amalfi coast. It was sensational!! Recommend the trip. We caught boat from Positano to Amalfi and the taxi to Ravello ($50 e) travel back to Positano at the end of the night by...More
Historic Annunziata Building is an intimate setting for a concert. They played beautifully and I am glad I spent an evening there, but the chairs are terribly uncomfortable making the experience less than delightful.
We attended a flute and piano concert in Apr. Venue was right beside Villa Rufulo and to reach it, you need to go down 90+ steps and back up, after concert. Interesting experience but not for those with weak legs.
The Ravello Festival runs end of June to September. I had researched it and read about it prior to going and knew it could be magical. Well it didn't disappoint! I had been checking their website for months and couldn't find their performers listed. Apparently...More
The venue for chamber music is a church building built in 1281. It is a terrific sone walled building with great acoustics. Check out the musicians, most of whom seem to perform often for the society, so they aren't bringing in talent from the top...More
"Isn't it Romantic" was a Rogers and Hart classic, but the song captured the mood of the amazing concert last night, "Cole Porter's World" in The Annunizata Historical Building. Though it was held indoors, the ambiance was set with the full moon visible over the...More
We knew about the Ravello summer concerts, but going there in October did not expect much. It was a really pleasant surprise to find that they organize concerts in the Anunziata (convent?) off-season. We went to hear an excellent young pianist perform Schuman/Beethoven/Schubert to a...More