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Opera in Italy - Florence-St. Mark's Church? or in Rome?

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Has anyone been to an opera at St Mark's Church in Florence? I'm a musician and have my heart set on seeing an opera while in Italy. I'm having a suprisingly hard time finding performances in Rome and Florence on my available dates. This popped up on the Florence tourism website.

http://www.concertoclassico.info/

Obviously it wouldn't be the same as in a theater, but I'm wondering if it would still fit the bill for me and my 4 teenage daughters (who are budding singers and do actually want to go to an opera!). Don't want to ruin this enthusiasm!

Any other suggestions for opera companies in Florence or Rome would be appreciated. We will be there June 11-17, 2012. Thank you.

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