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    Season 2024-2025

    Così fan tutte

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    A lavish and cruel guide to the art of loving, oozing Mozartian sensuality, and served up by Marc Minkowski.

    Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest

    Lahav Shani, Martha Argerich

    Two major works by Bartók and Dvořák on the theme of exile, featuring the extraordinary talent of Martha Argerich.

    Ein deutsches Requiem

    Johannes Brahms

    Brahms and Ein deutsches Requiem launch the 50th season of Sunday Morning Concerts in powerful style.

    Zhang Haochen

    Schubert, Liszt

    A signature Liszt programme by Zhang Haochen, a performer of extraordinary prowess, who is new to French audiences.

    Ludmila Berlinskaïa and Arthur Ancelle, Piano-Piano Academy winners

    Mendelssohn, Bruch

    The Rungis Piano-Piano Festival, which is the only festival in France devoted to piano duets, continues its exploration of this atypical repertoire. 

    La Resurrezione

    George Frideric Handel

    Handel appropriates the opera form to express Christ’s Passion.

    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Daniele Gatti

    The Wiener Philharmoniker and Daniele Gatti in one of the most demanding works by Shostakovich.

    Natalie Dessay, Shani Diluka, Johnny Rasse


    Two peculiar “warblers” and Shani Diluka at the keyboard for a morning of poetry.

    Adriana González, Freddie De Tommaso

    Puccini, Verdi, Leoncavallo, Cilea

    Young singer Freddie De Tommaso, a rising star in the tenor firmament on the international opera stage.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Thomas Hengelbrock

    A season opener poised between classicism and romanticism from the Orchestre de chambre de Paris with Thomas Hengelbrock, the ensemble’s new musical director.

    The National Ballet of Canada

    James Kudelka, Crystal Pite, William Yong

    The dancers of the National Ballet of Canada more than do justice to the inventiveness of Crystal Pite’s writing.

    Alexandra Dovgan

    Beethoven, Schumann

    Although not technically an adult yet, Alexandra Dovgan is already tackling the monumental Opus 110 by Beethoven.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth

    Les Siècles and François-Xavier Roth perform two of the most famous pre-romantic symphonies and premiere a new work.


    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    The ever-intriguing Mozart legend is served up here by a quartet in its prime.

    Andrea Chénier

    Umberto Giordano

    One of the finest works in the Italian romantic repertoire by the performers of the Opéra de Lyon, Daniele Rustioni, and a top trio.

    Paul Ji


    The first Parisian recital by Paul Ji, a promising young Franco-American pianist who has opted to play Chopin.

    Tabea Zimmermann, Quatuor Belcea


    Tabea Zimmermann joins forces with the Belcea Quartet for two Mozart quintets.

    Carolyn Carlson Company

    The Tree, fragments of poetics on fire

    Carolyn Carlson’s latest work takes the form of an ode to the natural world.

    Thibault Cauvin  and -M-

    L’heure miroir

    Guitarists Thibault Cauvin and -M- take us on an innovative instrumental journey.

    Gabriel Fauré Centenary


    An evening entirely devoted to the work of Gabriel Fauré. Not Pénélope, but a compilation of Fauré’s finest chamber music.


    Johann Sebastian Bach

    The St John Passion is the pinnacle of the religious repertoire and a work of towering emotions, performed here by Leonardo García Alarcón and choreographer Sasha Waltz.

    Le Comte Ory

    Gioachino Rossini

    A late work by Rossini exuding comic lightness, but highlighting the elegance of the French spirit. A perfect role for Cyrille Dubois.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth, Sol Gabetta

    Les Siècles are at home with Saint-Saëns and Ravel, in close partnership with Sol Gabetta, who is also a regular performer of this repertoire.

    Philippe Jaroussky, Jérôme Ducros

    Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Hahn...

    Prior to celebrating a career spanning 25 years in June, Philippe Jaroussky invites us on a journey from Vienna to Paris with his travelling companion the pianist Jérôme Ducros.

    Félicien Brut, String orchestra of the Garde républicaine

    Galliano, Liszt, Legrand, Piazzolla, Khan...

    The accordion reigns supreme and channels the spirit of Galliano and Piazzolla.

    Diapason d’or Concert

    An evening proposed by Diapason magazine

    A concert by Diapason d’Or 2024 award-winners, featuring Julia Lezhneva, Pene Pati, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, and Leif Ove Andsnes.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Gábor Takács-Nagy, Steven Isserlis

    Steven Isserlis brings the delicacy of his cello-playing to one of Haydn’s rare concertos for this instrument.

    Orchestre National de France

    Andris Poga, David Fray

    The Orchestre National de France, Andris Poga and David Fray tackle Mozart, and Bruckner’s intense Symphony No. 7.


    Johann Sebastian Bach

    The Matthäus-Passion, or the pinnacle of Bach’s choral art, conducted by Hans-Christoph Rademann.

    The Magic Flute

    after Mozart - Young Audience

    All the enchantment of Mozart’s Magic Flute minus the singing in a mimodrama version.

    Les Ambassadeurs~La Grande Ecurie

    Alexis Kossenko

    A celebratory evening of Vivaldi with the flute of Alexis Kossenko.

    Trio Wanderer

    Beethoven, Smetana

    The art of the trio as demonstrated by the Wanderers.

    Emmanuel Pahud, Benjamin Alard

    Couperin, Bach, Marais, Leclair

    Emmanuel Pahud duets with harpsichordist Benjamin Alard for a  Grand siècle français  » Sunday.

    Bruce Liu

    Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn-Rachmaninoff, Scriabine...

    Prodigy Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu, winner of the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, pays a return visit.

    Dialogues des Carmélites

    Francis Poulenc | Georges Bernanos

    A talented cast, a visionary interpretation by Olivier Py, and American conductor Karina Canellakis at the rostrum mean we will have a hit on our hands with this revival of Poulenc’s opera.


    George Frideric Handel

    A magnificent trio of female vocalists take on this extraordinary portrait of a woman in love, which is one of the finest roles in Handel’s catalogue.

    Dmitry Masleev

    Chopin, Filtsch, Liszt, Tchaikovsky

    Another recital on avenue Montaigne by Dmitry Masleev, a rising star of the Russian school of piano.

    Jerusalem Quartet

    Haydn, Mozart, Shostakovitch

    The Jerusalem Quartet embarks on an epic journey from Haydn to Shostakovich.

    Roger Muraro


    Roger Muraro devotes himself entirely to Liszt, his longtime travelling companion.


    George Frideric Handel

    This work by Handel, suffused with prophecy and meditation, has acquired “hit” status in the sacred repertoire.

    Radio Classique Christmas Concert

    A festive occasion for all to enjoy featuring a blend of classical masterpieces and some of the finest Christmas carols.

    Quatuor Ebène, Mathieu Herzog, Bruno Delepelaire

    Strauss, Schubert

    The Quatuor Ebène is in fine company for Strauss and Schubert.

    L’Incoronazione di Poppea

    Claudio Monteverdi

    The last work by Monteverdi, the genius behind the invention of the modern opera form in all its theatrical richness.

    Tribute to Romain Rolland

    Beethoven and a play by Michel Mollard

    An evening of music and drama in honour of Romain Rolland, a prolific author of world-class works of musicography.

    National Opera Ballet of Ukraine

    The Snow Queen

    The Ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine makes a return visit with the fairy tale The Snow Queen, based on the work by Hans Christian Anderson.

    A musical journey with Debussy

    Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth / Schoolchildren

    Debussy' music conducted and narrated by François-Xavier Roth.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth, Sabine Devieilhe

    A celebration of the Pierre Boulez centenary with François-Xavier Roth and Sabine Devieihle.

    Dang Thai Son

    Debussy, Chopin

    Keyboard legend Dang Thai Son takes us on a stroll to the heart of his favourite repertoire.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Kirill Gerstein

    The Orchestre de chambre de Paris transports us to Vienna for a date with Salieri, Mozart, and Beethoven.

    Akram Khan

    Gigenis, the generation of the earth

    Akram Khan’s dazzling journey back to the roots of his Hindu pantheon.

    Victor Julien-Laferrière, Jonathan Fournel

    Mendelssohn, Kodály, Brahms

    Victor Julien-Laferrrière on the cello and Jonathan Fournel on the piano as romanticism meets modernity.

    Le Concert de La Loge

    10th Anniversary Gala

    A mega cast of performers to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Julien Chauvin’s Concert de la Loge.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Thomas Hengelbrock

    Thomas Hengelbrock and post-romantic Germanic repertoire in all its vibrancy.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Programme to be announced

    A one-hour concert by the Orchestre de chambre de Paris.

    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Zubin Mehta, Pinchas Zukerman

    Zubin Mehta and the Vienna Philharmonic come together for a radiant Mozart preceding a sombre Bruckner.

    Stabat Mater

    Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

    The other great “hit” of the sacred repertoire and some perfectly attuned neglected pieces. 

    Le Carnaval des animaux

    Camille Saint-Saëns - Young Audience

    Saint-Saëns’ grand zoological fantasy will enchant adults and children alike.

    Don Giovanni

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Don Giovanni, or the unique anti-hero immortalised by Mozart and Da Ponte, will be brilliantly served by Florian Sempey.

    Raphaëlle Moreau, Raphaël Sévère, Edgar Moreau, David Kadouch

    Beethoven, Messiaen

    A dazzling Beethoven-Messiaen counterpoint by a quartet of soloists working instinctively together.

    Evgeny Kissin, Gidon Kremer, Maxim Rysanov, Gautier Capuçon


    Pianist Evgeni Kissin celebrates Shostakovich in the company of Gidon Kremer, Maxim Rysanov, and Gautier Capuçon.


    George Frideric Handel

    One of Handel’s last works performed by a world-class team including Pretty Yende, Ben Bliss, and Emmanuelle Haïm.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Gergely Madaras, Benjamin Grosvenor

    Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Schubert display the impetuosity of youth.

    Kit Armstrong

    Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Bach

    The three different worlds of Chopin, Rachmaninov, and Bach showcase Kit Armstrong’s broad artistic piano palette.

    Benjamin Grosvenor

    Ravel, Mussorgsky

    A Franco-Russian programme for the British king of the piano, Benjamin Grosvenor.

    Jakub Józef Orliński, Michał Biel

    Lieder and melodies

    The vocal virtuosity of Jakub Józef Orliński and the generosity of pianist Michał Biel in the intimate recital format.

    Adam Laloum

    Schubert, Schumann, Brahms

    Adam Laloum subtly explores the romantic territories of Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.


    Jean-Baptiste Lully

    Persée by Lully, which is rarely performed, has all the ingredients of a monumental opera. Hervé Niquet has put together a fine team to bring this sleeping beauty back to life.

    Voix Nouvelles Concert

    Opera arias and ensembles

    An evening featuring the winners of the Voix Nouvelles competition, showcasing the most promising new vocal talents of the future.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Philipp von Steinaecker, NN, Andrew Staples, Laureate singers of the Royaumont Foundation

    This ambitious programme brings together a Bach cantata and Mahler’s Song of the Earth.

    Jin Xing Dance Theatre Shanghai


    The Jin Xing Dance Theatre of Shangai brings all the energy and creativity of its founder, Jin Xing to Paris.

    Jin Xing Dance Theatre Shanghai

    Wild Flowers

    The second programme from the Jin Xing Dance Theatre is devoted to the latest work by Dutch choreographer Arthur Kuggeleyn.

    Mikhaïl Pletnev

    Scriabin, Chopin

    Mikhail Pletnev has complete mastery of his programme of Chopin and Scriabin in counterpoint.

    Orchestre National de France

    Cristian Măcelaru, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Sarah Nemtanu

    From the Bolero to the bewitching Shehrazade, Cristian Măcelaru and the “National” bring Ravel’s Spain back to life.

    Modigliani Quartet

    Ravel, Beethoven

    The Modigliani Quartet facilitates a conversation between Ravel and Beethoven.

    Evgeny Kissin

    Bach, Chopin, Shostakovich

    Following his first Shostakovich concert with friends last month, Kissin now pays tribute to the musician in a solo performance.

    A musical journey with Ravel

    Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth / Schoolchildren

    An hour-long musical journey around Ravel’s Ma Mère l’Oye commented by François-Xavier Roth.


    Jules Massenet

    French opera at its peak with the pairing of Benjamin Bernheim and Marina Viotti under the inspired baton of François-Xavier Roth.

    Anne Queffélec, Gaspard Dehaene

    Mozart, Schubert-Liszt, Scriabin, Schubert

    Anne Queffélec and Gaspard Dehaene form a mother and son duo at the keyboard.

    Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Angel Blue

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin makes a return visit in the company of soprano Angel Blue for Strauss and Bruckner’s Symphony No. 3.

    Nikolai Lugansky

    Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner-Brassin, Wagner...

    Nikolai Lugansky takes a stroll through the legacy of Viennese classicism.

    Le Nozze di Figaro

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    The first opus of the Mozart-Da Ponte trilogy has all the ingredients of an operatic gem and remains as topical as ever.

    Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eyvazov

    Scenes from Italian operas

    A new recital by Anna Netrebko, accompanied by her husband, tenor Yusif Eyvazov.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth, Grégoire Pont - Family Concert

    An hour-long musical journey around Ravel’s Ma Mère l’Oye commented by François-Xavier Roth and illustrated by Grégoire Pont.

    Elisabeth Leonskaja

    Mozart, Schoenberg, Chopin, Berg...

    Elisabeth Leonskaja takes us on a journey from Mozart and Chopin to Schumann.

    Liya Petrova, Adam Laloum

    Debussy, Respighi, Strauss

    Adam Laloum at the piano and Liya Petrova on violin for an early twentieth-century programme.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth, Bertrand Chamayou, Grégoire Pont

    An early twentieth-century programme of rediscovered works and “hits” for François-Xavier Roth in close collaboration with Bertrand Chamayou.

    Nemanja Radulović, Sébastien Giot


    The virtuoso violin of Nemanja Radulović with a programme devoted entirely to Bach.

    Lucas and Arthur Jussen

    Mendelssohn, Schubert, Ravel, Stravinsky

    We first met the Jussen brothers at a Sunday Morning Concert and they have now graduated to the evening recital schedule.

    Edgar Moreau


    Edgar Moreau scales the dizzying heights of Bach’s Suite for solo cello.

    Ein deutsches Requiem

    Johannes Brahms

    A magnificent work by Brahms served up by the Radio France singers and musicians under the baton of Daniele Gatti.

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Mathieu Amalric


    A celebration of Ravel, with the piano of Pierre-Laurent Aimard and readings by  Mathieu Amalric.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Giovanni Antonini, Benoît Grenet, Adrien Ramon

    The Orchestre de chambre de Paris and Giovanni Antonini travel to the heart of Viennese classicism.


    Johann Sebastian Bach

    A monumental work both in its form and duration, the Matthäus-Passion is the apogee of the Cantor of Leipzig’s choral work.

    Violaine Cochard, Olivier Fortin, Jean-Luc Ho, Davor Krkljus


    Bach served up every which way on 2, 3 and 4 keyboards.

    Edgar Moreau, Nelson Goerner

    Franck, Brahms

    Edgar Moreau’s cello and Nelson Goerner’s piano celebrate Franck and Brahms.

    Stephen Kovacevich

    Beethoven, Schubert, Berg, Brahms

    Kovacevich takes his piano into Beethoven and romantic territory.

    Justin Taylor


    From upright piano to Pleyel concert grand, is there nothing that the ridiculously talented Justin Taylor, who is playing exclusively Chopin this morning, has not mastered?

    Paul Mirabel

    Par amour

    Paul Mirabel returns to the stage in 2025 with Par amour, his new show

    Dialogues II

    Mats Ek, Akram Khan, Sharon Eyal, Gai Behar

    A tribute to contemporary pas de deux by the cream of world dance choreographers.


    George Frideric Handel

    Power couple Joyce DiDonato and Michael Spyres in Handel’s sombre Jephtha.

    Der Freischütz

    Carl Maria von Weber

    A seminal work of German romanticism in which the supernatural and magic call the shots. 

    Der Rosenkavalier

    Richard Strauss

    Krzystof Warlikowski shares his vision for Der Rosenkavalier, a key work in Richard Strauss’s œuvre and in early twentieth-century opera repertoire

    Sunwook Kim

    Haydn, Schumann, Schubert

    Pianist Sunwook Kim with two of the most beautiful groups of pieces for piano by Schubert and Schumann.


    George Frideric Handel

    A rare biblical oratorio in English by Handel, which provides us with another opportunity to hear Ton Koopman and Jakub Józef Orliński.

    Mitridate, re di Ponte

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    The youthful work Mithridate already contains glimpses of the musician’s mature writing, both musically and dramatically.

    Grigory Sokolov

    Programme to be announced

    The Sokolov ritual – a programme announced at the last minute and six encores – is a tradition set in stone.

    Ensemble Jupiter

    Thomas Dunford

    Thomas Dunford and his Jupiter Ensemble celebrate British repertoire from the baroque era to the present day.

    Nelson Goerner

    Beethoven, Schumann, Albéniz

    The elegance of Nelson Goerner performing Beethoven, Chopin, and Albéniz.

    Jan Lisiecki

    Chopin, Bach, Rachmaninoff, Szymanowski...

    A dazzling and original programme of preludes across the ages by Jan Lisiecki.

    Pretty Yende

    Arias excerpts from The Wizard of Oz, My Funny Valentine, Cats...

    After her performance as Semele in the staged version of the opera this winter, Pretty Yende explores American musical theatre classics.

    Un Elixir d’amour

    from Donizetti - Schoolchildren Participatory Opera

    All the tenderness and humour of Donizetti’s opera in a version adapted for a schoolchildren youth audience.

    Rafał Blechacz

    Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin

    Rafał Blechacz in seamless musical harmony with Beethoven, Schubert and, of course, Chopin.

    Un Elixir d’amour

    from Donizetti - Participatory Opera

    All the tenderness and humour of Donizetti’s opera in a version adapted for a youth audience.


    Gioachino Rossini

    A great opera seria by Rossini served up by no less great a performer in the title role than Karine Deshayes.

    L’Italiana in Algeri

    Gioachino Rossini

    This adventure in the exotic East is an entertainment served up with humour and flair by the music of the young Rossini and the virtuoso conducting of Julien Chauvin.

    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Tabita Berglund, Alban Gerhardt

    A programme of Elgar and Schubert in counterpoint makes for a thrilling and unusual pairing.

    Radio Classique Great Concert

    A new Folle Soirée devoted to opera, brought to us by Radio Classique.

    Philippe Jaroussky

    Twenty-five years already!

    An evening celebrating Philippe Jaroussky’s twenty-five year career with friends and music. 

    David Fray

    Bach, Rameau, Couperin, Royer, Wagner-Liszt

    David Fray invites us to savour the delights and mysteries of the art of transcription.

    Orchestre National de France

    Maxim Emelyanychev, Sabine Devieilhe

    The Orchestre National de France, Maxim Emelyanychev, and Sabine Devieilhe bring the season to a close in symphonic style.

    Patricia Petibon, Olivier Py, Jean-Sébastien Bou

    Excerpts from La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein, Ciboulette and French songs

    Patrica Petibon, Jean-Sébastien Bou and Olivier Py form an irresistible trio for an evening of operetta and songs.

    Bertrand Chamayou and friends

    Grand finale of the 50th season of Sunday Morning Concerts

    A grand finale to celebrate the grande dame of music among friends.