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DEBUSSY
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©Bernard Coutant/OnP
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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Vincent Pontet/OnP
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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Christian Leiber / OnP
Ballet
| Paris Opera Ballet
Nicolas Paul explores mirror images and doubles in a complex and profound composition. Edouard Lock draws inspiration from the language of classical dance and points technique to explore new possibilities. Whereas Pierre Rigal, creates his first choreography for the Paris Opera Ballet by drawing his dancers into an intrepid and inventive work.
Palais Garnier
From 3 Feb. to 20 Feb.
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Charles Duprat / OnP
Opéra
DEBUSSY
Thanks to Maeterlinck's characters, to his highly precise yet very vague language, so cruel and so apt, Debussy was able to realise the drama of his dreams. Philippe Jordan once again conducts Robert Wilson's immaculate production.
Opéra Bastille
From 7 Feb. to 28 Feb.
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© Agathe Poupeney / OnP
Opéra
| New production
MOZART
Human goodness, the virtues of tolerance, and fidelity in love are all present in this Turkish-flavoured Singspiel which enthused Europe.
Palais Garnier
From 16 Oct. to 15 Feb.
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Patrick Tourneboeuf / OnP
Ballet
| Paris Opera Ballet
JOHN NEUMEIER
John Neumeier presents a new choreography for the Opera Ballet and pursues his exploration of Mahler’s work to tackle the grandiose Song of the Earth. Drawing on his own poetic imagination, he evokes the fatality and nobility of the human condition which resonates throughout the six lieder.
Palais Garnier
From 24 Feb. to 12 Mar.
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Convergences
Krassimira Stoyanova is one of the greatest sopranos of our times. As a prelude to her interpretation of Faust‘s Marguerite, she will enchant us with songs from Puccini, Berg,Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov…
Amphithéâtre
8 Feb.
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OnP
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.

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From 16 Dec. to 8 Mar.

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Ariadne auf Naxos
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Norbert Ernst & Kristin Okerlund
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Norbert Ernst & Kristin Okerlund
30 January 2015
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Krassimira Stoyanova & Jendrik Springer
8 February 2015
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Danse - P.A.R.T.S. Foundation
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24 February 2015

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