Wednesday 17 September 2014
Extrait de la nouvelle production du Barbier de Séville
La joyeuse entrée de Figaro (Dalibor Jenis) qui entonne son célèbre air "Largo al factotum" ("Faites place au factotum").
La Traviata sera à l’affiche de l’Opéra Bastille du 2 au 20 juin dans une nouvelle production signée Benoît Jacquot mettant en scène Diana Damrau dans le rôle de Violetta Valéry. Ce reportage photo réalisé par (c)Elisa Haberer vous emmène dans les coulisses du spectacle, des ateliers de confection aux salles d'essayage et des studios de répétition à la scène.
La Traviata will be performed at the Opera Bastille in a new production by Benoît Jacquot with Diana Damrau. Discover the sets.
La Traviata will be performed at the Opera Bastille in a new production by Benoît Jacquot with Diana Damrau. Discover the costumes...
Roberto Alagna performs the role of Rodrigue in Le Cid by Massenet.
Thursday 27 February 2014
Excerpt from the new production
"In those strange days, people coming from God knows where, joined forces in that far Western land". With the adventures of Minnie, who falls in love with a warm-hearted bandit, Puccini gave opera its first Western, a drama of souls stranded on the edge of the world.
Thursday 12 December 2013
Discover the costumes dreamt up by Laurent Pelly for Bellini's I Puritani. Made out of felt, the period costumes are adapted and stylised to reflect the "severe and austere, historical yet unreal universe" the stage director wished to create. "I worked along totally purified period lines, with materials that are in no way unrealistic. [...] It is as if we see the world through the eyes of Elvira'...
"Quando la tromba squilla"
Discover a excerpt from I puritani,performed at the Opéra Bastille from 25 November to 19 December 2013.
Discover the famous duet between Elvira and'Arturo "Vieni fra queste braccia" ("Come, come to these arms,")Performed at the Opéra Bastille from 23 November to 19 December
Discover an excerpt from I puritani by Bellini, performed at the Opéra Bastille from 25 November to 19 December.
Stage direction by Laurent Pelly