Gaetano Donizetti talks about his life: listen to his voice, read his story.

The Birthplace where Gaetano Donizetti came into the world in 1797 is a place of historical and cultural value that was declared a national monument in 1926. The oldest part (the rooms in which the Donizetti family lived) may be dated back to the 14th – 15th centuries and has retained its original appearance, making it the ideal backdrop against which to imagine the day-to-day goings-on and habits of the past. The Birthplace has been open to the public free of charge since 2009, when work to make the entire facility accessible was completed.

Find out how the “Impronte Sonore” project was made.

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