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Teatro della Pergola

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Via della Pergola 12/32, 50121, Florence Italy
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DMS2108 wrote a review Mar 2019
Bracknell, United Kingdom22 contributions10 helpful votes
We visited the theatre to buy tickets for the opera at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale and whilst we were there asked if we could have a look inside as the foyer looked beautiful. Although we weren't allowed in on our own we were advised there was an English speaking tour at noon so we paid our 8 euros each and Claudia took us on a fascinating tour providing not only a history of this beautiful theatre but some really interesting history on Florence itself. An unexpected gem which we thoroughly enjoyed.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Response from Flyer07173150710, museum at Teatro della Pergola
Responded 28 Nov 2019
Thank you very much for your review and your kind words. I'm glad you entered the theater. Sharing the wonders contained in the theater is our satisfaction. Claudia
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Lu3ma wrote a review Nov 2018
Palo Alto, California27 contributions10 helpful votes
This charming theater takes one back to the days of Mozart. The decor, while a little worn, provides an opportunity to daydream ones way to great concerts by famous performers. I was there for a piano concert. The pianist was fantastic. Don’t miss a concert there!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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John N wrote a review Nov 2018
Sydney, Australia754 contributions347 helpful votes
I’m a frequent attendee at recitals here, & it’s always a comfortable pleasure being in such a lovely old House. Last Saturday I rejoiced in listening to the famed pianist Ramin Bahrain deliver JSBach with consummate skill..these 4pm concert/ recitals a winning concept if followed by an aperitif ,then maybe dinner to follow.....? The acoustics are good for instrumental performances (as indeed still so for the rare opera performances ) & prices reasonable even for the ‘best’ seats, up front! There’s a very popular (& elegant) coffee shop within the house - with wines available.... & there’s cloaking available on the upper level. Plenty of excellent eating /drinking establishments within easy walking distance nearby...a true Florentine gem!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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rutwe wrote a review Feb 2017
Exeter, United Kingdom400 contributions60 helpful votes
This theatre looks like nothing from the inside but is gorgeous inside. The seating layout is perplexing..We had seats for the first level 2 E/D which turned out to be box 15...I still have no clue why! There a lots of lovely little boxes with free standing seats (which get moved about) and there is a certain amount of discretion regarding seating position within. We were lucky to be sharing with two other people and had a direct view of the stage. The performance was terrific and although our Italian is poor the familiarity with the story got us through. Staff here were friendly and I would recommend this place.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Arizonapopi1 wrote a review Dec 2016
Florence, Italy728 contributions208 helpful votes
Be careful with the seats in the boxes. We had seats A & B in box 19 which sounds like they are situated in the front of the box, right? Not so - we sat behind chairs marked C & D. From that viewpoint one of you can see 3/4 of the stage, the other can see less. It makes more sense to sit in the seats in the front of the box regardless of which box it is. Attended the Nutcracker and the ballet was fine. Lovely evening out in Florence - really was fine but view could have been better.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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