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Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

This jewel of the Art Nouveau has gone down in history for the big scandal that happened upon the premiere of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. For more than 100 years, this theatre has hosted high level operas, ballets, concerts and recitals. A definite must see of Parisian lyrical scene.

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Your tickets for the 2018 season of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées


Not to be missed in June 2019:

In June the season ends with a very big event at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. Gluck's Iphigénie en Tauride is staged by the much-admired Robert Carsen with a dream cast. Gaëlle Arquez and Stéphane Degout have the ideal voices for this masterpiece. Other shows to report, Maître Péronilla is an Offenbach operetta perfectly served by Véronique Gens and Eric Huchet. On the symphonic side, you have to book your tickets without delay for the concert of the Wiener Philharmoniker directed by Mariss Jansons.


Even if the Palais Garnier remains the most famous Parisian opera, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées with its history and the beauty of its hall does not come short, especially with regards to its perfect programming. This 2018-2019 season is once again exemplary thanks to the great artists of classical music who perform on this mythical scene.


Remember that the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées is one of the few venues to host operas, ballets and concerts. And who else but the greatest tenor today to open the season? Jonas Kaufmann gives a recital and we must reserve our places as soon as possible.


Lyrical art is at the forefront with the recitals of Elsa Dreisig, Roberto Alagna, Pretty Yende, Philippe Jaroussky ... and only four operas staged this season but many very prestigious concert versions. Tenor Michael Spyres, a regular on the scene, sings Florestan in Fidelio de Beethoven played by Adrianne Pieczonka. Another star among the tenors, Juan Diego Flórez continues his exploration of the French repertoire with this time Manon of Massenet. After an exceptional Werther, you must quickly book opera tickets because the event is highly anticipated.


Other great moments are announced like Simon Keenlyside's Rigoletto or the exceptional Leo Nucci in Verdi's Nabucco with also Anna Pirozzi, a name now familiar to great music lovers. For the sopranos side, the beautiful engagements are also abundant including Sabine Devieilhe who sings Cunegonde in the animated Candide of Bernstein.


One of the biggest current stars, Anja Harteros plays Richard Strauss's Arabella, while the superb Véronique Gens is Lully's Armide (with Reinoud Van Mechelen). The Baroque opera is particularly well served this season 2018-2019 of the Champs Elysees Theater with many highlights. Franco Fagioli sings Handel's Serse. Jakub Jósef Orlinski, another contreténor who is talked about a lot, performs Pergolesi's Stabat Mater with Julien Chauvin's enlighted direction.


The two major events to be reserved urgently are Hippolyte and Aricie of Rameau directed by Emmanuelle Haïm and the Agrippina of Haendel by Maxim Emelyanychev. The distributions are ideal with Cyrille Dubois, Mélissa Petit, Stéphanie d'Oustrac, Jean-François Lapointe for the Rameau and in Agrippina, Franco Fagioli, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Luca Pisaroni and especially the great Joyce DiDonato who is also on the bill this season in Maria Stuarda of Donizetti. The stage of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées is offered to the immense director Deborah Warner who proposes a new production of La Traviata with a role-playing for the young French soprano Vannina Santoni alongside Saimir Pirgu and Laurent Naouri.


A magnificent poster is also available for Gluck's masterpiece, Iphigénie en Tauride. At the staging, Robert Carsen recovers the theater with two real singers-actors, Gaëlle Arquez and Stéphane Degout. For Strauss' admirable Ariadne auf Naxos, the TCE called on the exciting Katie Mitchell for the direction and the great voice of Camilla Nylund as Ariadne.


But the Champs Elysées Theater is also home to the concerts. It is impossible to review them all. However, there are some great leaders of all generations, such as Valery Gergiev, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla, Philippe Herreweghe, Paavo Järvi, Mariss Jansons, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Hervé Niquet, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Yuri Temirkanov, Robin Ticciati and some great instrumentalists. such as Leif Ove Andsnes, Amandine Beyer, Fabio Biondi, Renaud Capuçon, Lucas Debargue, Isabelle Faust, Nelson Freire, Benjamin Grosvenor, Evgeny Kissin, Igor Levit, Daniel Lozakovitj, Nikolai Lugansky, Vadim Repin, Grigory Sokolov, Christian Tetzlaff, Arcadi Volodos, Yuja Wang and so many others ... to understand just how amazing this new 2018-2019 season is.

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Informations sur Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

The Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, initially planned for construction on the legendary avenue after which it was named, is in fact situated on Avenue Montaigne. It was in 1913 that the Parisian public first discovered the hall, an astonishing synthesis of tradition and modernity, with balconies that recall an Italian théâtre, while being supported by reinforced concrète, and with décoration at once sober and sumptuous. Speaking of eclecticism, the house's first season was quite surprising. THE BARBER OE SEVILLE was billed alongside BORIS GODUNOV, and it was here that Stravinsky RITE OF SPRING was premiered, provoking an infamous scandai. Nijinsky counted behind the scènes for the dancers in Russian, while Pierre Monteux kept time for the musicians, and Stravinsky ran back and forth between the stage and the audience, in an attempt to save the performance. After such an eventful start, the théâtre rapidely grew in réputation and Marcel Proust saluted Gabriel Astruc as being the manager «who staged BORIS GODUNOV, and who, in general, made up for the weaknesses of the Opéra and the Comic Opéra .»


After the First World War, concerts, opéras and ballets alternatively shared the programme, a tradition that still reigns today. Mozart's opéras were quite frequently staged, and performed by the visiting Vienna Opéra in 1924, 1947, 1949, and 1951. But the house also nurtured an affi-nity with Wagner's music; the Bayreuth troupe (with Lauritz Melchior) performed the entire Ring on the Champs-Elysées stage in 1929, and Furtwangler conducted the Walküre here in 1937.


Since the production of Boris Godunov that so enthused Marcel Proust, the théâtre also maintains close ties with the Russian réper­toire. After the bass Chaliapin and the Belgrad and Sofia Opéras, it is now the Kirov Théâtre from Saint Petersburg that regularly brings down the house.


More recently, the Champs-Elysées proposed Rimski-Korsakov's somewhat forgotten opéras in a séries of programmes that subtly mingled young talent with the grand tradition of the Vienna Philharmonie, in a concert hall entirely refurbished in 1986-87. Now equipped with a completely modernized stage machinery, the théâtre hasrevived the splendour of bygone days.