Georges Enescu’s odyssey

Interview with Ingo Metzmacher

By Marion Mirande 06 October 2021


Georges Enescu's only opera accompanied him for more than twenty years. Oedipe is a 20th century masterpiece. First performed at the Palais Garnier in 1936, it returns to the Paris Opera after an absence of eighty-five years, under the baton of Ingo Metzmacher, who speaks passionately about this music rich in French influences and yet truly unique.

Œdipe by Georges Enesco on l'Opéra chez soi

For his Paris Opera debut, Wajdi Mouawad evokes the life of OEdipus – the man unaware of his own identity...

Opera and classical Antiquity

2 min


Opera and classical Antiquity

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