Sylvain Ledda

Sylvain Ledda is a professor of 19th century French literature at the Université de Rouen-Normandie. A specialist of romanticism, he has devoted numerous works to Musset, Dumas, Vigny, and Nerval. He is particularly interested in the interaction between the arts and the representation of history in the 19th century.

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"Dance! Sing! 7 minutes at the Paris Opera" offers original incursions into the season thanks to broadcasts produced by France Musique and the Paris Opera. For each opera or ballet production, Nathalie Moller (opera) and Jean-Baptiste Urbain (dance), present the works and artists you are going to discover when you attend performances in our theatres.

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