UniCredit main partner of the Arena di Verona Opera Festival
Since 1994 UniCredit has been a Major Partner of the Arena di Verona Opera Festival, the most spectacular opera festival in the world. Conscious of culture's value as an engine of social and economic development, we have been supporting this Italian excellence for more than 25 years. In line with our purpose of Empowering Communitities to Progress, we believe that building strong relationships with our key stakeholders creates long-term value and collective growth.
As a testament of our longstanding support to the Arena di Verona Opera Festival, the Roman Amphitheatre was recently restored thanks to a joint grant from UniCredit and Fondazione Cariverona, a concrete action to help one of the greatest Italian symbols known worldwide, shine in even more beauty.
Through our contribution to the restoration, we have helped to make this stage not just a performance venue, but an open-air museum, unique and unmatched.
UniCredit is proud to renew its support and celebrate the 100th season of the Arena di Verona Opera Festival in 2023.
2023 Arena Verona Opera Festival
The Arena di Verona Opera Festival opens on 16 June 2023, with a completely new production of Aida, the Festival's leading opera, on show until 9 September.
The program of what promises to be an even more legendary Festival, is enriched with 7 additional titles, chosen from those that have been most successful and that have had most replicas in the amphitheater over the course of its 100 editions: Carmen, The Barber of Seville, Rigoletto, La Traviata, Nabucco, Tosca and Madama Butterfly.
But it doesn't stop there.
5 gala, Roberto Bolle & Friends, Juan Diego Flórez in Opera, Plácido Domingo in Opera, Jonas Kaufmann in Opera and Teatro alla Scala in Arena, will complete the Festival's program for a total of 50 evenings performances.
All the shows of the 100th Arena di Verona Opera Festival 2023 are already on sale.
For info on how to purchase tickets: Arena | UniCredit, Major Partner of Arena Opera Festival