Meeting the artists
from 06 February
to 18 December 2018
14 November 2018 7.00 pm
18 December 2018 7.00 pm
+33 (0)1 70 23 01 31
Meet the artists: for each opera, you may talk with those involved in the production.
- Tuesday 6 February, 7pm -
Meet the artists of Et In Arcadia Ego
This meeting is canceled however you will have the opportunity to meet Phia Ménard, Christophe Rousset and Eric Reinhardt after each performance in the Bizet room.
- Thursday 29 March, 7pm - Meet the artists of Le Domino Noir
- Tuesday 24 April, 7pm - Meet the artists of Mârouf, savetier du Caire
- Tuesday 5 June, 7pm - Meet the artists of La Nonne Sanglante
- Monday 15 October, 7pm - Meet the artists of Orphée et Eurydice
- Wednesday 14 November, 7pm - Meet the artists of Donnerstag aus Licht
- Tuesday 18 December, 7pm - Meet the artists of Hamlet
2018 subscriptions start from 18 September 2017, 11am. Single tickets booking starts on 16 October 2017.
from 16 to 29 December 2018
Hamlet refuses to attend the coronation of his uncle Claudius who has married his recently widowed mother the queen. The late King Hamlet already seems to be forgotten in Elsinore, which smarts young Hamlet even more than his being kept away from the throne. The apparition of his late father on the ramparts will precipitate him into a destructive quest for truth.
Donnerstag aus Licht
from 15 to 19 November 2018
The double of the composer and of the archangel Michael, Michael – interpreted by a singer, a dancer and a trumpeter – is at first a child with his parents, then a man in love, an artist and a traveler, and finally an archangel facing evil, a messenger of peace and an intercessor between men and God.
Orphée et Eurydice
from 12 to 24 October 2018
Amour, the messenger of the gods, tells Orpheus that he may descend to the underworld and return with Eurydice. His singing has the power to appease the Furies and animate the blessed Shadows. Yet, his voice cannot reassure Eurydice who despairs of the feigned indifference of Orpheus, put to the test by Jupiter.
Bohème, notre jeunesse
from 9 to 17 July 2018
The Latin Quarter, its student attics and its cafés, the 1830s, a youth at the dawn of the age of reason, artists bubbling with excitement, their passing romances and generous friendships, their games and tragedies: this is the bohemian life and the story of Mimi and Rodolphe.
La Nonne sanglante
from 2 to 12 June 2018
In a medieval Bohemia troubled by hereditary conflicts, Rodolphe defies his father and challenges his ancestors out of love for the rival clan’s daughter, offered as a pledge of peace to his own brother. But Agnès is astoundingly like the ghost who haunts Moldaw’s castle.
Mârouf, savetier du Caire
from 23 to 29 April 2018
Fleeing a shrewish wife and a thousand other perils, a humble cobbler, Marouf, is saved by his nerve and the love of a sultan’s daughter. Picturesque characters, crowd scenes, magical apparitions and coups de théâtre follow one another at the gates of the desert.
Le Domino Noir
from 26 March to 5 April 2018
Before taking the veil, the Queen of Spain’s niece leaves the convent incognito to dance one last time at the ball. But when the time comes to return, she finds herself locked out of the convent. During a crazy night, she will have to change her identity several times as well as her plan, and finally, her vocation.
Et in arcadia ego
from 1 to 11 February 2018
Recognizing oneself in the frozen images of childhood, apprehending the social kaleidoscope of the adult world, questioning the dizziness of old age. And embarking on this inner and sensory journey guided by the sensitive art of Jean-Philippe Rameau.