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From the Palais Garnier to the Opéra Bastille: let yourself be transported by the 24/25 Paris Opera season.

Mayerling by Kenneth MacMillan

Mayerling is the name of the hunting lodge in which the heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Rudolf, was found dead in 1889. Why did the son of Emperor Franz Joseph and Elisabeth (the famous Sissi) commit suicide in the company of his mistress, the young Mary Vetsera?  

The Magic Flute by Mozart

In 1791, disappointed by the fickle Viennese who preferred other composers, particularly Italian ones, Mozart accepted a proposal from his friend Emanuel Schikaneder, the director of the Theater auf der Wieden, to write an opera in German for the less bourgeois suburban audiences.  

Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi

“It’s a magnificent, grandiose subject, featuring one of the most extraordinary characters ever created in the theatre and in the world”. With these words, Verdi asked Francesco Maria Piave to write a libretto inspired by Victor Hugo’s Le roi s’amuse.  

Paquita by Pierre Lacotte

“When I recreate a ballet, I search for the fragrance of the period”, said dancer and choreographer Pierre Lacotte, who died in 2023. In Paquita, that perfume is the heady scent of Spain, mixed with elegant French fragrances.  

Play by Alexander Ekman

Une piscine de balles vertes, des cubes géants suspendus au plafond, des parties de ballons et des courses-poursuites à en perdre haleine… Dans Play, Alexander Ekman interpelle les adultes et se demande ce que nous faisons des jeux de notre enfance.  

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