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Covered in velvet and gold, the Ópera de París, projected by and named after architect Charles Garnier, is considered a landmark in the lyrical world. It is a sublime place where, every night, excellent operas and ballets are staged by the best companies, maintaining the vivacity and the strong character of this more than 300 years old institution.

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Not to be missed in June 2019:

In June at the Palais Garnier, the masterpiece of masterpieces of the opera is entrusted to the great theater director, Ivo van Hove. Mozart's Don Giovanni is directed by the master of the Paris National Opera, Philippe Jordan at the head of a flawless cast (Etienne Dupuis, Jacquelyn Wagner, Philippe Sly, Stanislas Barbeyrac, Elsa Dreisig ...). On the ballet side, the great choreographer Mats Ek presents two creations and has the great troupe of the Ballet of the Opéra national de Paris dance on Ravel's Boléro. Definitely a great time to book without waiting



The Palais Garnier is undoubtedly the most beautiful opera in the world. All the productions presented here would serve as a pretext to attend a performance in this magical place and let´s not forget  that the troupe of the Ballet of the Paris Opera is one of the best companies in the world.


The prestigious ballets succeed one another with for the spectators, a lively renewed interest. Under the artistic direction of Aurélie Dupont, the company claims its fundamentals by alternating classical ballets (like this sublime Lady with Camellias by John Neumeier) and the dance of today. Among the choreographers who recently worked with the illustrious company, Ohad Naharin returns with an evening devoted entirely to his imaginative and lively work. Decadance is already announced as one of the highlights of the season for which you should not delay to book your tickets.


Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui is undoubtedly one of the greatest of today and one can once again applaud his work in The Nutcracker (the incredible show Tchaikovsky coupled with Iolanta directed by Dmitry Tcherniakov), a godsend. We find him on the poster of an exciting evening that brings together three great names of modernity, with Pontus Lidberg and Marco Goecke.


At Garnier, many famous choreographers are obviously part of the Paris Opera dance season 2018-2019 as Martha Graham with the company that bears her name. The Ballet of the National Opera of Paris is devoting a whole evening to the brilliant choreographers Jerome Robbins (tickets to be booked quickly), Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (with Brandenburg concertos by Bach and Amandine Beyer as soloist) or Mats Ek (with a new Bolero of Ravel). Incredibly as this may sound, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot never came to work for Paris. The 2018-2019 season repairs this neglect.

The Palais Garnier obviously welcomes the lyric productions and 2018-2019 is again a season filled with fireworks. It starts with a beautiful world creation entrusted to Michael Jarrell. Bérénice after Racine has a very good cast (Barbara Hannigan and Bo Skovhus in the lead) with the direction of Philippe Jordan himself. The big star Anna Netrebko comes for one night only at a gala while Sonya Yoncheva, Bryan Hymel and Ludovic Tezier illuminate the new year at the Opera. Marianne Crebassa and Lawrence Brownlee share the poster of Rossini's La Cenerentola (also with Florian Sempey) while Pretty Yende sings with Michele Pertusi in Donizetti's Don Pasquale.


Two major events are also worth mentioning, such as the new Don Giovanni of Mozart, directed by Philippe Jordan and Scarlatti's primo omicidio directed by René Jacobs with the highly anticipated staging of Romeo Castellucci. A superb season ... Discover now the season 2018-2019 of Opera Bastille

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In the land of Descartes, the words «Opéra de Paris» more readily designate a concept than an actual lyrical théâtre! Called «The Royal Academy of Music and Dance» under the reign of Monsieur de Lully and «The Impérial Academy» according to différent jolitical events, the institution was rebaptized a number of time s before settling into the "alais Garnier in 1875. This sumptuous édifice, with every last détail (including the door 'cnobs...) designed by Charles Garnier, brings together the most eclectic architectural éléments. When Napoléon III worried about the buildings differing styles, Garnier reassured him by explaining "hat the design was at the forefront of a new style, called «Napoléon III.» And legend has it that 'he building was constructed on a little lake, in which the Opera's administration bred fish...


Some call to mmd the era of Felia Litvmne (1863-1936) and her vast repertoire, including Tannhâuser, La Juive and Lully’AlCESTE. Others remember the casts billed by Jacques Rouché between 1915 and 1945, an era during which Georges Thill sung both Massenet and Wagner in French. In 1939, the Palais Garnier's Grand Opéra and the Salle Favart's Cornic Opéra were united under the manage­ment of a common admînistrator, the «Réunion des Théâtres Lyriques Nationaux.» And 1964 marks the year during which the old ceiling of the Palais Garnier was covered with a colorfiil fresco by Chagall.


More recently, opéra lovers recall the magnificent Liebermann years, during which, in 1973, Rolf Liebermann, then the Opera's administrator, called upon the know-how of a musical advisor named Georg Solti! In 1989, the very modem Bastille Opéra was opened and the Salle Favart became indépendant once again. The Garnier Théâtre was then reserved for dance, and. together with the Bastille, became part of the «Association des Théâtres de l'Opéra de Paris,» rebap­tized «Opéra National de Paris» in 1994. In the midst of thèse numerous changes, the Palais Garnier has recently under-gone thorough restoration, and since March 1996, lyrical productions are once again programmed on its stage. To opéra lovers' great satis­faction, the famous théâtre has thus revived its past splendeur and a programming worthy of its glorious history.