The French tenor performs a commented recital, with the help of Alexandre Dratwicki, the Palazzetto Bru Zane’s artistic director, based on the program of his latest album 'Boulevard des Italiens' from Deutsche Grammophon.
Pianist : Felix Ramos, chorus master in residence at the Paris Opera Academy.
► Saturday, May 7 from 10am to 5pm - in the two venues
The Garnier auditorium will not be visible all day on May 7.
Visit of the public spaces of the Palais Garnier Entrance via the main façade of the Palais Garnier An exceptional free access !
Within the limits imposed by the safety regulations. The theatre will close its doors to the public at 5pm.
Rotonde du Glacier
Free access from 10am to 12:30, then from 2:30pm to 4:30 pm Ah je me vois si belle en ce miroir !
Opera Costumes’ workshops Put on jackets and doublets, dresses and petticoats… dress from head to toe, and don't go without your souvenir! (immediate photos)
Corridor leading to the Rotonde du Glacier
Wigs and period headgears
Discover the know-how and trades devoted to the wigs making. The workshops are ‘showing off’ their treasures: in dedicated stands set up in the public spaces of the Palais Garnier the craftspeople will show you their jobs and especially the period headdresses.
Free access from 10am to 12:30, and from2:30 to 4:30
Master class given by Andrey Klemm, dance teacher of the Company, with an accompanying pianist.
Only with reservation, a 1h20 class for 80 people.
10:15 am/11:45am : 1st class 12am/1:30pm : 2nd class
No changing rooms. Participants have to wear their dance clothes under their street clothes - Feet: socks or ballet shoes.
Take a stroll through the public spaces of the Bastille Opera where more than 14 Master-Craftspeople will be gathered for the first time: stringed instruments and wind instruments (oboe and flute) makers, as well as piano and harpsichord makers, percussion and brass instruments makers and a young electric guitar maker.
From 10am to 5pm (last entry at 4:15) Only with reservation
Adrien Jaminet revisits the classics of the French trumpet, making instruments in line with the great brass factors of the French school. "I want to propose a trumpet that combines the reliability of a 21st century instrument and the great tradition of the 20th century French trumpet with an elegant, rich and timeless sound.”
He decided to set up his workshop «AJ ateliers des cuivres» 10 years ago in his hometown : Bretigny-sur-Orge.
L'Atelier du Sycomore, located in the 11th district of Paris, is dedicated to the repair of wind instruments and the design of old instruments according to historical models. Particular attention is paid to the choice of woods and the materials used.
The passion for the profession, the respect of ancient know-how, the search for the right gesture, the constant questioning, are at the heart of their craftsmanship so that under the fingers of today’s musician we can hear accurately the music of the past.
Bergerault designs and produces musical instruments with melodic percussion: vibraphones, marimbas, xylophones, bell sets, orchestral timpani, etc. As well as orchestra furniture: chairs, desks…
Leader in France, these rare instruments resonate in the most prestigious places: Paris Opera, Philharmonie de Paris, Garde Républicaine, Bolchoï, Mariinky Theatre, Scala de Milan, Geneva High School of Music, Indianapolis University, North Texas University, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Sydney Opera…
The high quality guitars of De Leeuw Guitars are produced in the Oise department in France. They are made in the respect of traditional violin making; but without giving up on modernity both aesthetically and acoustically.
De Leeuw Guitars mainly uses local wood species, forbids plastic (except for electronics), favors oiled finishes to let the instrument vibrate and breathe and thus avoid the use of polyurethane varnishes.
ITEMM (European Technological Institute for Music Professions) is dedicated to the technical professions of music. Instrument design - instrument making, repair, tuning - in piano, guitar, wind instruments and accordion, commerce of musical instruments and sound management have been the heart of the institute’s activities, based in Le Mans for 30 years.
ITEMM is an apprentice training centre (CFA), a private technical school, a continuing education centre, a research and innovation centre, a documentation and technical centre..