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La Traviata

Palais Garnier - from 09 September to 16 October 2019

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La Traviata

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Opera Giuseppe Verdi

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Palais Garnier - from 09 September to 16 October 2019

3h05 with 2 intervals

Language : Italian

Surtitle : French / English

  • Opening night : 12 September 2019

Certain scenes may be inappropriate for the young and the easily offended.

About

In few words:

Beginning his opera with a prelude for strings of unprecedented economy of means, in 1853, Verdi affirmed his intention of defying conventions and norms. This is not the least radical aspect of his “Traviata”, which implacably strips bare the violence of a society that promotes worldly pleasures only to sacrifice an innocent woman on the altar of bourgeois morality.Simon Stone delights in grappling with the major works Simon Stone delights in grappling with the major works of the repertoire, enticing them into more intimate territory. One of today’s most distinguished stage directors, he now makes his long-awaited debut at the Paris Opera.

  • Opening
  • 35 mn
  • Intermission 25 mn
  • 65 mn
  • Intermission 25 mn
  • 35 mn
  • End

Performances

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Whether you’re a member of Arop or not, the friends of the Opera can reserve seats for you on all performance dates, including those not yet open for sale and those announced as sold out.

Audio clips

La Traviata (saison 19/20)- Acte III (Addio Del Passato)

La Traviata (saison 19/20)- Acte II (Di Provenza Il Mar Il Suol)

La Traviata (saison 19/20)- Acte II (Pura Siccome Un Angelo)

La Traviata (saison 19/20)- Acte I (Ah Si Da Un Anno)

Media coverage

  • Une Traviata à l’aune des réseaux sociaux, magnifiquement portée par la soprano sud-africaine Pretty Yende et le ténor Benjamin Bernheim, tel est le pari audacieux mais réussi de Simon Stone.

    Publik'Art - Amaury Jacquet
  • Pretty Yende investit le rôle-titre d’une voix colorée, délicate et riche de mille nuances

    Les Echos - Philippe Venturini
  • Benjamin Bernheim fait un sans-faute en Alfredo

    Le Figaro - Christian Merlin

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