New feature : « les pléiades »

Discover this season « les pléiades », events that extend and enrich the content of the featured works, in accessible, offbeat, prospective or intimate formats.

Published on 11 May 2023
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Nouveauté : les pléiades

La Fille de Madame Angot

La Fille de Madame Angot

Charles Lecocq

September 27 to October 05, 2023

Richard Brunel unveils the eminently modern significance of this bubbling social panorama, which sketches the portrait of a combative youth enamoured with truth and freedom.

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Macbeth Underworld

Macbeth Underworld

Pascal Dusapin

November 06 to 12, 2023

All are dead but some are not aware of it: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Banco’s ghost, the child… The dead child is the cornerstone of the guilt haunting the Macbeths as it condemns them to relive the past.

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Fantasio

Fantasio

Jacques Offenbach

December 13 to 23, 2023

In 2017, Laurent Campellone and Thomas Jolly revived this recently recovered jewel. Performed at the Châtelet during the Opéra-Comique’s restoration, the show is now returning to the place that inspired it, with Gaëlle Arquez in one of the finest cross-dressing roles of the repertoire.

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L'Autre Voyage

L'Autre Voyage

From Schubert

February 01 to 11, 2024

Eager to offer the Viennese composer a stage that brings him closer, Raphaël Pichon and Silvia Costa unearth forgotten scores, jewels of lyricism and melancholia, from which emerge, both literally and figuratively, the ghosts of a masterpiece.

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Pulcinella & L'Heure espagnole

Pulcinella & L'Heure espagnole

Igor Stravinsky / Maurice Ravel

March 09 to 19, 2024

Louis Langrée, Guillaume Gallienne and Clairemarie Osta combine performing arts to honour these two masterpieces, inspired by the gallant XVIIIth century, in a show that celebrates comic spirit’s fruitfulness and freedom in genre.

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Archipel(s)

Archipel(s)

Isabelle Aboulker

April 25 to May 05, 2024

Mathieu Romano, James Bonas and Ewan Jones coordinate the multiple talents of the Maîtrise – singing, theatre and dance – at the service of a utopia that will amuse young audiences and adults eager to share their love of opera, as much as it will make them think.

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Armide

Armide

Jean-Baptiste Lully

June 17 to 25, 2024

After having staged Gluck’s preclassical Armide in 2022, the Opéra‑Comique invites Christophe Rousset and Lilo Baur to return to the source in the same decor by Bruno de Lavenère.

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