Major partners of the Paris Opera’s 350th anniversary

Major partners of
the Paris Opera’s 350th anniversary

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Abbé Perrin (Director of...

Traditional curtain-up

In the 18th century, performances at the Opera began at five o'clock in the afternoon. It was not uncommon to present several works in the same evening and extracts from different operas could be followed by a ballet. On January 3, 1784, the King’s Council of State issued a decree concerning the Opera which stipulated that performances had to begin no later than 5:45 pm in winter and 5:30 pm in summer. It was not until 1803 that performances were scheduled to begin at 7 pm.

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Partners of the Paris Opera’s 350th anniversary

  • Sponsor of Crystal Pite's production

  • Sponsor of Opera's Battle

  • Sponsor of Les Indes galantes

With the generous support of

  • Sponsor of La Traviata

  • Sponsor of the Emperor box restoration

  • Principal sponsor of the Paris Opera Ballet

  • IT Mobility & User Experience Partner

  • Mécène Services IT

  • Sponsor of the Paris Opera Academy

Institutions associated with the 350th anniversary

Media partners