The performance takes place in Terra Amata, a village much like any other- or so it seems. With its bakery, chess club, bar-tobacco shop, everything seems ordinary. But Terra Amata has a unique feature. All of its inhabitants, from the mayor to the butcher, including school children, sing and express themselves through music. Together, they travel through time and seasons to the rhythm of works from a plethora of artists, including Mozart, Poulenc, Purcell, Bach, Britten or Gene Kelly.
Musical direction, Sarah Koné • Stage production, Emily Wilson et Jos Houben • Sccenography and costumes, Oria Puppo • Lights, Csaba Csoma • Tap dance, Victor Cuno, David Lasserre, Florence Mathoux • Choreography, Christine Bonneton • Vocal preparation, Clara Brenier, Dorothée Voisine • Pianists, Anna Krempp, Katia Weimann • With La Maîtrise Populaire de l’Opéra ComiqueSee all the cast
1h (sans entracte) - Salle Favart
20€ / 10€ (-18 ans), 6€ groupes scolaires