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On the road to the new exhibition venue: Venice’s Pietà complex

We are busy preparing for the Venetian edition of the “Stories of Children” exhibition, which will be held in the well-known central location of the Istituto della Pietà, a place of refuge and the conservatory where Antonio Vivaldi taught from 1703 to 1740.
The exhibition will open to the public on Sunday 17th, with a special concert at 11.30 am to be held in the Church of Santa Maria della Pietà, performed by the youth choir A.LI.VE. (Accademia Lirica di Verona), with a repertoire specially designed to evoke the spirit of the location of the exhibition, the guided tours of the exhibition and the church.


Established in October 2000, A.LI.VE. comes to life with the choral repertoire of the Youth Choir. Currently, the choir consists of approximately 140 singers aged from between 5 and 22 years. The Academy also includes a Theatre School and the Dance School.

The Alivefestival project promotes the formula of traditional operas adapted to performances and to the of the children and new productions with titles by emerging contemporary authors.
A.LI.VE. collaborates with the Fondazione Arena di Verona in theatrical and concert productions, held at both the Teatro Filarmonico and in the Arena.