Adriana Lecouvreur

Francesco Cilea

The world of theatre, love, and revenge are interwoven in a dazzling score. Tamara Wilson and Brian Jagde join forces for this major event.


Johann Sebastian Bach

One of the greats of Bach’s choral œuvre conducted by Masaaki Suzuki, a master of the repertoire of the Cantor of Leipzig.

Die Entführung aus dem Serail

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

In Die Entführung aus dem Serail, fake exoticism mingles with irresistible tenderness in a potent cocktail which later inspired Rossini.

Die Fledermaus

Johann Strauss

Die Fledermaus is a work of genius by Johann Strauss. This sparkling masterpiece illustrates the Golden Age of Vienna with great panache.

Iphigénie en Tauride

Henry Desmarest / André Campra

A rare work begun by Desmarest and completed by Campra, two composers representing the French Golden Age of the Grand Siècle.

Die sieben Todsünden

Kurt Weill

This ironic revolutionary fable, the last collaboration between Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, has lost none of its bite or topicality.

Carmina Burana

Carl Orff

A stage cantata composed from medieval poems, with powerful choruses that have exerted a strong fascination ever since it was premiered.


Jean-Baptiste Lully

With sumptuous divertissements and numerous choruses, Lully develops the trademarks which underpin his popularity and reputation.


George Frideric Handel

Rinaldo, which is renowned for its daunting vocal challenges, was undoubtedly Handel’s most popular work during his lifetime, and indeed to this day.

Don Giovanni

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

An outstanding Don Giovanni celebrating the centenary of the Vienna Opera’s first visit to avenue Montaigne.

Dido and Æneas, Jephté

Henry Purcell, Giacomo Carissimi

Joyce DiDonato, Andrew Staples and Maxim Emelyanychev invite us to a rare little English baroque gem.

Les Pêcheurs de perles

Georges Bizet

Composed ten years before Carmen, Bizet’s first true opera already gave free rein to his talent for melody.

La Damnation de Faust

Hector Berlioz

A musical epic served up by a top-flight vocal team – Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Stéphanie d’Oustrac, Jean Teitgen – and the Radio France Chorus.


Johann Sebastian Bach

The Matthäus-Passion, the pinnacle of Bach’s choral art, performed by a top-flight vocal team.


Jean-Baptiste Lully

After Alceste, our exploration of Grand Siècle opera continues with Atys, and another cast well-versed in this repertoire.


Richard Strauss

Elektra marked the beginning of the collaboration between Strauss and Hofmannsthal. The unprecedented violence and darkness of this story of revenge is a masterstroke.

Die Walküre

Richard Wagner

Yannick Nézet-Seguin, and Stanislas de Barbeyrac’s first Sigmund in Die Walküre.


George Frideric Handel

Sandrine Piau and a fine cast serve up this rare Handel which takes us on a journey to the banks of the Nile.


George Frideric Handel

Franco Fagioli, a star in the contemporary countertenor firmament, performs a neglected work by Handel.

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