Report from the 4 April 2023

TOUS À L'OPÉRA ! 2023 EDITION

4 April 2023THE AROP 2021/2022 AWARD 11 April 2023MEETING WITH ALEXANDER NEEF AND CONCERT WITH SOPRANO JULIE FUCHS AT APPLE STORE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES

SATURDAY 6 MAY 2023

 At the Palais Garnier

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Visit of the Palais Garnier’s public spaces

© Rafal Milach / Magnum Photos / OnP

Visit of the Palais Garnier’s public spaces

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 16:15 (last access)

Performance hall open to visits only before 1pm.


Grand foyer - Public barre

© Rafal Milach / OnP

Masterclass given by Andrey Klemm, dance teacher of the Company
With an accompanying pianist

Reservation is mandatory on operadeparis.fr / Sold out
From 10 to 99

A 1:20 class for 80 persons:
10:15 to 11:45 am: 1st class
12 am to 1:30 pm: 2nd class

No changing rooms. Participants are required to wear their dance clothes under their street clothes - Feet: socks or ballet shoes. Registrants enter through the Façade.

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Rotonde du glacier - Opera Costumes Workshops

I am Ophelia…

Choose the role of your life, its costume, and then… suit up! And go home with your souvenir picture (instant print photos)

Reservation is mandatory on operadeparis.fr / Sold out
Groups of 15 people- from 10:30 am to 4 pm.

Registrants enter through the Façade.

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Broadcasts on France 5

© Mirco Magliocca / OnP

Friday 05 May at 9 pm: I Capuleti e i Montecchi at the Paris Opera - new release

The tragic story of the lovers from Verona adapted into a masterpiece of bel canto, magnified by Robert Carsen's productionand embodied by the wonderful performers Ruth Iniesta and Anna Goryachova in the roles of Juliette and Romeo!

2h19 • Directed by François Roussillon • A coproduction Opéra national de Paris and François Roussillon et Associés - 2022


© Julien Benhamou

Sunday 07 May at 2.30pm: Défilé du Corps de Ballet

Given during galas or exceptional events, the Défilé is a unique procession that is exclusive to the Paris Opera, as no other company in the world offers this ceremony. To the "March" from Hector Berlioz's The Trojans, the dancers slowly arrive from the Dance Foyer located at the back of the stage and move forward to the proscenium to greet the audience.

15 min • Directed by François Roussillon • Co-produced by the Opéra national de Paris, Telmondis François Roussillon and Associés et Mezzo • 2014  

 

Event sponsored by:

  • Ministère de la Culture

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  • An initiative by Réunion des Opéras de France

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  • Chambre Syndicale de la Facture Instrumentale

  • Institut technologique européen des métiers de la musique

  • Chambre Syndicale des Métiers de la Musique

  • France.tv

  • France musique

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