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06

A final tribute

Eleonora Abbagnato's farewell to the stage

Ballet

07

Roméo et Juliette

Podcast Roméo et Juliette

"Dance! Sing! 7 minutes at the Paris Opera" - by France Musique

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Ballet

01:25

Draw-me

Draw-me Romeo and Juliet

Understand the plot in 1 minute

Serie

Octave Media

Videos

  • 07:08

    Adapting Claudel

    Interview with the playwright Raphaèle Fleury

  • 07:13

    The art of seduction according to Angelin Preljocaj

    Alice Renavand performs Le Parc

  • Le Parc

  • 00:53

    Recipe of the day: Le Soulier de satin

    Ingredients of Stanislas Nordey's stage production

  • 10:18

    Alice Renavand

    Journey of an Étoile

Podcasts

  • Work(s) - Episode 6

  • Work(s) - Episode 5

  • Work(s) - Episode 4

  • Work(s) - Episode 3

  • Work(s) - Episode 2

Series

Stage memories

The video streams offered by the Paris Opera allow you to discover or rediscover some of the productions that have marked recent seasons. Alongside the videos, Octave invited a number of artists who participated in these productions to add their own personal touch. Willingly playing along, they agreed to film themselves at home in order to relate their experiences, share their memories of rehearsals and performances and discuss the technical and artistic challenges of their roles.

12 available episodes

The video streams offered by the Paris Opera allow you to discover or rediscover some of the productions that have marked recent seasons. Alongside the videos, Octave invited a number of artists who participated in these productions to add their own personal touch. Willingly playing along, they agreed to film themselves at home in order to relate their experiences, share their memories of rehearsals and performances and discuss the technical and artistic challenges of their roles.

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Work(s)

In Work(s), artists tell us about the birth of a work they created, produced or performed ; An invitation to discover the creative process of making art through private interviews with influent actors of the cultural world. In conversation with Alice Ranavand, Étoile.  

6 available episodes

In Work(s), artists tell us about the birth of a work they created, produced or performed ; An invitation to discover the creative process of making art through private interviews with influent actors of the cultural world. In conversation with Alice Ranavand, Étoile.  

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30 years on: the Bastille adventure

Historian Aurélien Poidevin relates the birth of the Opéra Bastille, which was inaugurated in July 1989 and has just celebrated its 30th anniversary, through interviews with the artists, technicians and administrative staff who participated in the theatre's "startup".

5 available episodes

Historian Aurélien Poidevin relates the birth of the Opéra Bastille, which was inaugurated in July 1989 and has just celebrated its 30th anniversary, through interviews with the artists, technicians and administrative staff who participated in the theatre's "startup".

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The Ring? What's that?

To mark the new production of the Ring, entrusted to stage director Calixto Bieito and conducted by Philippe Jordan, the magazine Octave offers a series of videos to discover each of the works on this immense musical journey.

4 available episodes

To mark the new production of the Ring, entrusted to stage director Calixto Bieito and conducted by Philippe Jordan, the magazine Octave offers a series of videos to discover each of the works on this immense musical journey.

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Folders

La Clemenza di Tito

If the liaison between Titus and Berenice inspired one of the greatest French playwrights, it was the Roman Emperor himself, an incarnation of absolute sovereignty, that occupied the central position in what was to be Mozart’s last opera.   

4 available articles

If the liaison between Titus and Berenice inspired one of the greatest French playwrights, it was the Roman Emperor himself, an incarnation of absolute sovereignty, that occupied the central position in what was to be Mozart’s last opera.   

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Tosca

Based on the eponymous play by Victorien Sardou, Puccini’s opera brings together all the elements of a melodrama: love, politics, violence and religion. Set against the backdrop of the struggle for Italian independence, Tosca is a tragic tale of thwarted love between a passionate, jealous and impulsive singer and a romantic, idealistic painter who champions civil liberties.

5 available articles

Based on the eponymous play by Victorien Sardou, Puccini’s opera brings together all the elements of a melodrama: love, politics, violence and religion. Set against the backdrop of the struggle for Italian independence, Tosca is a tragic tale of thwarted love between a passionate, jealous and impulsive singer and a romantic, idealistic painter who champions civil liberties.

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Moses und Aron

“I have at last learned the lesson forced on me last year, and I shall not forget it. I am neither a German nor a European, and perhaps barely human, but I am a Jew.” Despite having converted to Protestantism in his youth, Schönberg was the target of anti-Semitic attacks from 1921 onwards. Shaken by such virulence, he decided to return to his roots while developing a highly personalised interpretation of the Old Testament.

6 available articles

“I have at last learned the lesson forced on me last year, and I shall not forget it. I am neither a German nor a European, and perhaps barely human, but I am a Jew.” Despite having converted to Protestantism in his youth, Schönberg was the target of anti-Semitic attacks from 1921 onwards. Shaken by such virulence, he decided to return to his roots while developing a highly personalised interpretation of the Old Testament.

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