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Opéra Bastille | From 22 Jan. to 17 Feb.
STRAUSS
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Opéra Bastille | From 30 Nov. to 30 Dec.
PUCCINI
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Opéra Bastille | From 15 Jan. to 14 Feb.
MOZART
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Palais Garnier | From 29 Nov. to 30 Dec.
Paris Opera Ballet
JEAN-GUILLAUME BART
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Opéra
PUCCINI
In a Bohemian Paris, as legendary as it is real, the clarity and splendour of Puccini’s melody evokes the things which haunt us all: the love which blazes and transports us to heaven, the fleeting nature of youth, and all-destroying time.
Opéra Bastille
From 30 Nov. to 30 Dec.
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Opéra
MOZART
Of the three operas written with Da Ponte, Don Giovanni is indubitably the darkest and the most desperate. All the characters—the seducer and those around him—are possessed by breathless fury. Alain Altinoglu directs this now legendary production by Austrian director and filmmaker Michael Haneke.
Opéra Bastille
From 15 Jan. to 14 Feb.
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Opéra
STRAUSS
“Music is a sacred art, capable of uniting all forms of courage, like Cherubim around a splendid throne!” Such is the profession of faith sung fortissimo by the Composer at the end of the prologue of Ariadne auf Naxos. Karita Mattila sings one of the masterpieces of Strauss and Hofmannsthal.
Opéra Bastille
From 22 Jan. to 17 Feb.
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Julien Benhamou / OnP
Ballet
| Paris Opera Ballet
JEAN-GUILLAUME BART
For his first creation for the Paris Opera Ballet, Jean-Guillaume Bart breathes new life into a long neglected work from the repertoire. This wonderfully poetic dance tale of astounding virtuosity is further enhanced by Christian Lacroix’s flamboyant costumes and Eric Ruf’s evocative use of space.
Palais Garnier
From 29 Nov. to 30 Dec.
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Sébastien Mathé / OnP
Ballet
| Paris Opera Ballet
Rudolf Nureyev
When Tchaikovsky returned to the country of his childhood, his music became infused with enchantment and nostalgia, but also nightmares and fears. In Nureyev’s version, the entertainment becomes an epic initiatory journey that brings together the Company and the Ballet School for a true piece of virtuosity.
Opéra Bastille
From 26 Nov. to 29 Dec.
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Ballet
| Guest company
JULIETTE ET ROMÉO
The Paris Opera hosts the Royal Ballet of Sweden with Mats Ek’s Juliet and Romeo. Inspired by the music of Tchaikovsky, Ek give a personal vision of this mythical story of love confronted by rivalry, family conflicts and the struggle for power.
Palais Garnier
From 6 Jan. to 10 Jan.
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Convergences
Britten composed these five sublime canticles throughout his career. Each call for a different vocal and instrumental ensemble, and are sometimes inspired by the Bible or by a poet dear to Britten. They will be performed by Cyrille Dubois, accompanied by pianist Anne Le Bozec, counter-tenor Xavier Sabata, baritone Stéphane Degout, harpist Emmanuel Ceysson and horn player Vladimir Dubois for an evening of intense spirituality.
Amphithéâtre
From 17 Jan. to 18 Jan.
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Convergences

Eduard Mörike was one of the most fascinating poets of the 19th century.  A pastor of the Swabian school who led a secluded life, he nonetheless imbued his work with ineffable imagi

Amphithéâtre
30 Jan.
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Dardanus, tragédie lyrique - Louis-René Boquet - Pierre de Jélyotte dans le rôle-titre - Encre et aquarelle : maquette de costume pour la reprise à l’Opéra, 1768 - BnF, Bibliothèque-Musée de l’Opéra
Rameau and the stage
In 2014, the Bibliothèque nationale de France (National Library of France) and the Paris Opera celebrate the 250th anniversary of the death of Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764). Composer and harmony theorist, Rameau was one of the most celebrated and yet denigrated musical and intellectual figures in France during the last two-thirds of the eighteenth century.

THE PARIS OPERA MUSEUM-LIBRARY
From 16 Dec. to 8 Mar.

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Jeune Public
Hip Hop, Solos au féminin
Danse - Jann Gallois / Sylvain Groud, Céline Lefèvre
From 8 January 2015 to 10 January 2015
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Benjamin Britten Canticles
From 17 January 2015 to 18 January 2015
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DANSE – COMPAGNIE ARCOSM
From 23 January 2015 to 27 January 2015
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Norbert Ernst & Kristin Okerlund
30 January 2015

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