Venice Music Project – Nov 17

Sunday, November 17, 2019 • 2pm (1:15pm pre-concert forum) *


Experience why “The New York Times” puts the Venice Music Project at No. 3
of what not to miss if you only have 36 hours in that city.


The first time you hear soprano Liesl Odenweller effortlessly hit a high note will send tingles down your spine. With exquisite musicians playing on period instruments (or exact re-creations to reanimate the tones and atmosphere of the Baroque era), your emotions will be further aroused into a wonderfully transporting experience.

* This is a Legacy Gift Concert





$38 general (website purchase includes $4 online fee)

Youth 5-17 free with adult (call 530-273-3990 to reserve your ticket)


Venue – Seventh-day Adventist Church, Grass Valley (click here for directions)

Book a room at our Official Hospitality Partner:  Courtyard Suites package



Venice Music Project was started in 2012 as an initiative to bring performances of Early Music of the highest level back to Venice, while also raising funds to invest in restorations that will help conserve the incredible works of art and architecture around the city. With its resident orchestra, Venetia Antiqua, special guest performers, and soprano and co-founder Liesl Odenweller – the Venice Music Project brings in important groups of all nationalities to perform a season of concerts of Baroque music across Venice annually. A portion of all box office receipts is set aside for restoration projects, focusing this year on the Conservatory of Venice, “Benedetto Marcello” and St. George’s Anglican Church. For more information, please visit

A full schedule of upcoming concerts is available at the Venice Music Project website.