This season it will be possible to subscribe to the Paris Opera starting with just 4 productions and subscribers will enjoy a 10% reduction when choosing 6 productions or more. For non-subscribers, the past seasons' movement towards greater flexibility continues with a series of specialised offers, including new services (cancellation insurance, a ticket-exchange facility), dedicated evenings with preferential conditions for the under-40s and special access for families who have never been to the Opera before.
For €50, the Pass’ Opéra enables the bearer to purchase tickets at preferential rates (-20%) on certain dates. Finally, all opera performances at the Opéra Bastille in July 2018 will be sold at a 10% discount.
This season, the Paris Opera is setting aside ten evenings of opera and ballet at a 40% discount in all seat categories for audiences between the ages of 29 and 39. Reserved for the under-40s, these evenings will also feature a presentation and an introduction to the performance.
Once again this season, the Opera will be offering avant-première performances exclusively reserved for those aged under 28 thus giving younger audiences access to a selection of new productions at a special flat rate of 10 euros.
The Paris Opera is offering families who have never attended a performance in its theatres special personalised support and guidance (including an introductory visit to the theatre and an introduction to the performance) at a highly attractive price: 25 euros per adult and 10 euros for each child under the age of 18.
For its third season, the Cercle Berlioz is offering audiences the chance to be at the heart of the creative process of Giuseppe Verdi’s Don Carlos and Hector Berlioz’s Benvenuto Cellini, two new productions to be conducted by Philippe Jordan.
Discover the project, witness the creation of the costumes and the construction of the sets in the workshops, attend private rehearsals, enjoy conversations with the artists in this exceptional programme to be revealed throughout the year.
Since September 15, 2015, the Paris Opera has had a third stage, the “3ème scène” alongside the Palais Garnier and the Opéra Bastille. 2017 marks the second phase in the life of this exclusively digital platform…
Accessible via the Opera’s website, the new creative viewpoints featured offer a renewed contact with the world of opera and ballet and the musicians, dancers, technicians and numerous other participants who contribute their drive and energy.