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What is Candlelight?

Experience classical music like never before

Candlelight concerts are a unique musical and sensorial experience created by the stunning ambience of candlelight. These concerts allow you to enjoy some of the most famous works of classical music in a completely new way and in various spectacular locations.

This series of candlelit concerts will feature some of history's most renowned composers—such as Beethoven, Mozart and Vivaldi—alongside prestigious contemporary composers such as Ludovico Einaudi, Ennio Morricone and Hans Zimmer.

  • Spectacular Locations - Candlelight: Official Tickets

    Spectacular Locations

    Magical locations never before used for this purpose. Their elegance, solemnity and warmth form part of each performance.
  • Pure Talent - Candlelight: Official Tickets

    Pure Talent

    Professional musicians from the world of classical music will leave you speechless with their talent, making your experience unique and unforgettable.
  • A Unique Ambiance - Candlelight: Official Tickets

    A Unique Ambiance

    The soft glow of candlelight illuminates each room, enriching your musical experience by creating a unique ambiance in which to enjoy the classical greats like never before.

Health & Safety Measures

As in all areas of society, we are adapting to the new reality, and as such both our personnel and our venues strictly follow the local recommendations and limitations currently in place.


  • Anfiteatro Tierno Galvan (Madrid, Spain)

    Anfiteatro Tierno Galvan (Madrid, Spain)

    The Anfiteatro Tierno Galvan de Madrid (1986) is an open-air auditorium in the shape of a Roman amphitheater, built by taking advantage of a great hollow in the terrain. Its stands, built with concrete and covered in grass, can hold up to 10,000 people.
  • Casa de Salinas (Seville, Spain)

    Casa de Salinas (Seville, Spain)

    A 16th-century private palace house. It stands out thanks to its beautiful patio surrounded by marble columns and its galleries glazed with elegant stained glass. This magnificent location heightens the feeling of intimacy, allowing the audience to sit close to the performers and immerse themselves in each measure brought to life by the instruments.
  • First Congregational Church of LA (Los Angeles, USA)

    First Congregational Church of LA (Los Angeles, USA)

    An impressive building from the Gothic Revival. It has an imposing tower in its exterior as well as an elegant stained-glass window and hanging lights in its interior that create an inimitable ambiance. It also contains the largest ecclesiastic organ in the world.
  • Mondrian Terrace (New York City, USA)

    Mondrian Terrace (New York City, USA)

    The Mondrian Terrace, located on the 15th floor of the Mondrian Park Avenue, is known for its breathtaking views of Manhattan and the downtown skyline. A sophisticated rooftop set above the corner of Park Avenue and 30th street, the open-air space is a quintessential New York City offering.
  • Maison des Oceans (Paris, France)

    Maison des Oceans (Paris, France)

    It is in the central piece of Maison des Oceans that lovers of Chopin, Schubert and Beethoven will feel all their senses come to life. Adorned with 6 majestic crystal chandeliers and authentic paintings from its time, the great 350-square-meter Amphitheater can hold up to 500 listeners and captivate them all with the undescribable beauty of the place.
  • Chapelle de la Trinité (Lyon, France)

    Chapelle de la Trinité (Lyon, France)

    With its exceptional Baroque architecture, its delicate decorations in Carrara marble, and its awe-inspiring sculptures, this chapel makes us forget reality and submerges us in a dream.
  • Biblioteca da Academia das Ciências (Lisbon, Portugal)

    Biblioteca da Academia das Ciências (Lisbon, Portugal)

    One of the most important libraries of the country. Its imposing Noble Salon, dating back to the 18th century, has a privileged space for arts and culture. Its collection of scientific works and priceless paintings establishes the perfect tone for classical music concerts under the dim hue of candlelight.
  • La Tricoterie (Brussels, Belgium)

    La Tricoterie (Brussels, Belgium)

    This establishment contains a magnificent arched hall full of poetry. We can already picture the myriad of candles accompanying the soft sounds of classical music within.
  • Kulturkirche Altona (Hamburg, Germany)

    Kulturkirche Altona (Hamburg, Germany)

    After the damage of World War II and a subsequent fire, the magnificent church has been carefully restored to reflect its original beauty. From the tall Gothic tower to the huge glass windows that fill its hall with light, each restored element showcases the challenges that the church has faced over the ages, while also demonstrating its persistence in standing still.
  • Zunfthaus zur Schmiden (Zürich, Switzerland)

    Zunfthaus zur Schmiden (Zürich, Switzerland)

    Home to a 600-year-old history, this guild hall—with its elaborate wall decorations, 4.8 meter-high windows, and ambience of a bygone era—offers the ideal setting to enjoy the beautiful music of another time.
  • Castello di Moncalieri (Turin, Italy)

    Castello di Moncalieri (Turin, Italy)

    This royal castle, a UNESCO world heritage site, lies just a few kilometers from the center of Torino. Formerly the residence of queens and princesses, the Moncalieri castle can be found on the summit of a hill in the historic center of the Piedmont region.

Our goal is to bring classical music to those unique city spaces that stand out due to their historic nature or their singular, modern character. Aside from that, their premises contain beauty both natural and artificial.
Currently we have events of various sizes taking place in all kinds of idyllic places that come to mind, from the most modern of rooftops with great views to the most iconic cathedral in the city, as well as palaces, gardens or the most beautiful lake in the area.
If you would like to form a part of the Candlelight experience and become one of our hosts, fill out the form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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  • Simant Duo (piano and trumpet duo)

    Simant Duo (piano and trumpet duo)

    Rubén Simeó, world-class trumpeter, studied under the legendary Maurice André, who praises him for his exceptional technique. Pianist, pedagogue and musicologist Antonio Morant studied in Varsovia's "Frederic Chopin" Music University and has won awards at numerous international concerts.
  • Cuarteto Matrice (string quartet)

    Cuarteto Matrice (string quartet)

    The members of this quartet aim to bring chamber pieces from throughout history to the forefront. With the use of a consistent musical theme and a special repertoire, the fundamental goal of their concerts is to share chamber music as its own language through which to establish a connection with the audience.
  • Serene (pianist)

    Serene (pianist)

    Serene has recently performed Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra. She was also the pianist and composer of Kanye West's opera, recently premiered in New York's Lincoln Center.
  • Delirium Musicum (chamber orchestra)

    Delirium Musicum (chamber orchestra)

    Winners of the 2018 Beverly Hills National Auditions, CA, Delirium Musicum is an emerging self-directed chamber orchestra that brings together some of the most creative and refined musicians of Los Angeles. Directed by violinist Etienne Gara, the group of 15 musicians shares its creativity, talent and charactistic style with its audience to create profound communication between performer and listener.
  • Eric Artz (pianist)

    Eric Artz (pianist)

    Prize winner in over 20 national and international concerts (including the Geneva International Competition supported by the Cziffra Foundation), Eric has played as a soloist with the Guardia Republicana orchestra on Radio France, the Pays de la Loire National Orchestra, and the Prague Chamber Orchestra.
  • Quatuor Yako (string quartet)

    Quatuor Yako (string quartet)

    Four ex-students of Lyon's National Conservatory of Music joined hands in the FNAPEC Music Ensemble competition in March 2016. After their debut in the Louvre Museum's auditorium in 2018, they went on to work on many projects, such as recording a CD with Walter Grimmer and a program for string quartet and koto with Mieko Miyazaki.
  • Franck Laurent Grandpré (pianist)

    Franck Laurent Grandpré (pianist)

    This pianist and composer studied in the music conservatories of Geneva, Lyon and Paris. He has won several international competitions, and his work in solitary has taken him to halls and festivals such as Flagey's Studio 4 in Brussels, the Hammerklavier International Piano Series in Spain, and the Lyon Opera in France.
  • ADLIB Quarteto de Cordas (string quartet)

    ADLIB Quarteto de Cordas (string quartet)

    The group's activity within the field of chamber music began in the Superior School of Music and Performing Arts of Porto (ESMAE). They have performed in concert in numerous locations such as Quinta da Bonjóia, the FEUP Auditorium and Quinta das Lágrimas. They have also recorded tracks with the band Os Azeitonas, with the singer AUREA and with the singer Tiago Nacarato.

The philosophy of Candlelight is the democratization of classical music; for this reason, we work with excellent musicians with a variety of qualifications and origins who are not necessarily the most famous or most experienced in the sector.
We are looking for talent able to play the masterpieces of iconic composers such as Vivaldi or Mozart; however, we are also looking for individuals who not only play modern melodies belonging to great composers such as Ludovico, but also understand that classical music can reach every corner, and demonstrate this understanding by performing the best soundtracks, rock songs, pop and more on their violins, pianos, cellos etc.
If you wish to form part of the Candlelight experience and become one of our musicians, fill out the form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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How much time in advance should I arrive to the event?
Please arrive at least thirty minutes before the start of the concert in order to be assigned a seat within your purchased zone. The concert will begin on time, so the audience must already be seated beforehand. It is not possible to join the event once it has started. Please remember that our tickets do not allow exchanges nor refunds.
What happens if I arrive late?
Should you arrive late, you will not be allowed entry and you will not be refunded.
What does it include?
Your ticket includes entry to the classical music concert.
How do I know where my seat is?
Your seat belongs to zone A, B, C or D depending on the chosen visibility. Once you arrive at the event, you will show your ticket and an usher will guide you to your seating zone. Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis (always within your ticket's zone).
Do I need to print my ticket?
You don’t need to print anything, you only need to show your Fever ticket(s) in the app or email upon arrival at the venue.
What is the photo or video policy during the performance?
No photography or video of any kind is permitted during the performances. You are welcome to take photos or videos before the performance or after the performance has finished.
Can I bring my child?
All guests must be 8 years old or older to attend. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Can I use my phone during the performance?
Your phone must be on silent mode during the entire performance. Flash is not permitted.
Can I go to the bathroom during the performance?
Out of respect for the musicians and the audience, you will not be able to leave your seat except in case of emergency.
Are beverages available?
No beverages are available at the venue and no food or drink is allowed inside the venue. You may bring water with you.
Can I bring animals?
No animals are allowed under any circumstances. Please contact us directly at hello@feverup.com if you plan to bring a service animal.
Will there be more sessions in the future?
You can see all the Candlelight concerts currently available on our website www.feverup.com and in our App.
Can I purchase a ticket at the event?
No tickets are available at the event for purchase. All tickets must be purchased through the app or website (www.feverup.com) prior to arriving at the event.
Are refunds allowed?
No refunds are allowed. Exchanges to other dates and/or times are permitted up to 48 hours before the start time of the originally purchased event and is based on availability. Please email hello@feverup.com directly to change your ticket.



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