Message to spectators of the ballet Ashton / Eyal / Nijinski on 3, 4 and 5 December at the Palais Garnier

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Petra Reinhardt
Costume designer

After studying at Munich’s Akademie Mode & Design, Petra Reinhardt trained under Vera Marzot, Luchino Visconti’s costume designer. She has worked as an assistant at the Hamburg Staatsoper, Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper, the Stuttgart Staatstheater, Strasbourg’s Rhine Opera, the Teatro São Carlos in Lisbon, the San Carlo in Naples, and at theatres in Frankfurt, Bonn, and Augsburg. She also has an acting career in cinema, television and theatre. In 1990 and 1991, she created the costumes for Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Henze’s Il matrimonio segreto, and Pollicino in Munich. In 1998, She collaborated with Peter Pabst in creating the costumes for Klaus Maria Brandauer’s film adaptation of Thomas Mann’s Mario und der Zauberer. In 2005, she designed the costumes for the Andrei Serban production of Werther at the Vienna Staatsoper. She worked with Klaus Maria Brandauer again in 2006 on a production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera in Berlin and Wagner’s Lohengrin Cologne. She has also collaborated with William Friedkin (Richard Strauss’s Salomé and Wolfgang Rihm’s Das Gehege at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich), José Cura (Leoncavallo’s La commedia è finita in Fiume and Un ballo in maschera in Cologne), Johannes Schaaf (Die Fledermaus in Amsterdam, Tosca in Dresden, Respighi’s Marie Victoire at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin), Chen Shi-Zheng (Farewell my concubine in Beijing and John Adams’ Nixon in China at the Théâtre du Châtelet), Jasmin Solfaghari (Ein Nacht in Venedig in Dresden), Fanny Ardant (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District at the Greek National Opera), Laurent Delvert (Zemlinsky’s Der Traumgörge at the Lorraine Opera) and Robert Carsen (Die Zauberflöte at the Baden-Baden Festival and the Paris Opera, the world premiere production of Giorgio Battistelli’s CO2 at Milan’s La Scala, Campra’s Les Fêtes vénitiennes at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, Don Carlo at the Rhine Opera, L’Orfeo at the Lausanne Opera, The Beggar’s Opera at the Bouffes du Nord, and Idomeneo at theTeatro Real in Madrid).

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