the summer break, we offer our readers a retrospective glaze on Stéphane
Lissner’s first season at the Paris Opera. The rhythm of season 15/16 was
marked by recurring “rendez-vous” with composers whose work, essential or
enigmatic, appeals to invention and discovery. Between revivals of timeless
productions and creations, these diverse companionships set the tone for an
eclectic operatic season, revealing the inexhaustible quality of the Paris
Opera Orchestra and Chorus.
Your reading: Schönberg, Verdi, Wagner and Berlioz: the commitment to cycles