Opération Gecina: open days for children with a disability

Published on 15 May 2017
	<p>Photo © Stefan Brion</p>

Photo © Stefan Brion

“To open the doors of the Opéra Comique and its know-how to children with a disability” is the creed of the Fondation Gecina and of the Opéra Comique, associated to offer exchanges between the pupils of the Maîtrise Populaire de l’Opéra Comique and children with a disability. A convivial and recreational workshop to discover opera to which the children of the Maîtrise, the children of the Gecina personnel and children with a disability are invited to form a one-day choir a few weeks before they attend the performance.

Saturday 3 June at 3 pm

Initiation to singing workshop at the Gecina auditorium (lasting one hour) conducted by Sarah Koné, the artistic director of the Maîtrise (including a snack).

Saturday 24 June: performance day!

5 pm: guided tour of the Salle Favart

6.30 pm: snack before the performance, Salle Bizet

8 pm: performance of Annie

Free on registration at the Opéra Comique upon presentation of proof of disability



In partnership with

Fondation Gecina


You suffer from a disability and you would like to come to the Opéra-Comique ? The Opéra-Comique provides adapted assistance to visitors with special needs.

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The Maîtrise Populaire of the Opéra-Comique

The Maîtrise Populaire de l'Opéra-Comique, is an artistic, educational and social project founded by Sarah Koné. It accompanies 120 young people aged 8 to 25 and trains them in the performing arts throughout their schooling.

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