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Chiesa di San Vidal, Venice
(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Chiesa di San Vidal is located near the Ponte dell' the Accademia. Today, there is no church, but is used as a venue for Vivaldi concerts. She's nice to look at in comparison to the many beautiful churches in Venice but not a must.
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  • If you are wandering the area it is worth a poking around. If you are looking for a wonderful concert setting with surprisingly wide chairs and a great lively sound this is a great venue. We say the I...  more »
  • The Interpreti Veneziani play Vivaldi in this Church - of course. The very plain white- and yet monumental Church with large murals and frescoes invites to meditation.
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  • A church converted into a space for great classical music. Great place for concert loving locals or tourists.
  • A must if you are not negligent to Vivaldi's music. The walls which have heard his music born are still welcoming symphonic music lovers. Do not hesitate to have an evening with Vivaldi's Seasons.
  • Very acoustic place, probably the best one in the world if you're into Vivaldi.
  • A superb venue for beautiful music. We went once on recommendation and a second time the day later!
  • I'm conflicted, it's a beautiful and impressive church, but the music caters (obviously) to visitors and thus has little passion in performance. This isn't to say the musicians are not good. Rather, playing the same music over and over again is unfortunate. While it might appeal to the masses as a means to listen to Vivaldi performed in Venice, it eliminates other potential compositions from being played and explored.