Iphigénie en Aulide
Iphigénie en Aulide is one of the most dazzling works by Gluck, the last representative of the French Grand Siècle.
An original performance of an opera by Rameau with a Freemasonry theme clearly signposting Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte.
If there could only be one surviving opera by Handel, it would surely be Ariodante, which is quite literally a masterpiece.
After Thaïs and prior to Grisélidis at the end of the season, we discover this rare Hérodiade, a work which exudes both sensuality and mysticism.
One of the most poignant works in the sacred repertoire informed by three centuries of legends
The younger sister of The Pearl Fishers by Bizet, Lakmé by Delibes belongs to the Orientalist trend which gripped 19th century Europe.