Opération Gecina: open days for children with a disability

Published on 15 May 2017

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


The Opéra Comique provides adapted assistance to visitors with special needs.

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The Maîtrise Populaire of the Opéra Comique

Founded in 2016, the Maîtrise Populaire is a troupe composed of young people aged 8 to 25 (Year 5 / 4th grade to university) who are trained in performing arts, based on a multidisciplinary approach.

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