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    Concert version of Opera

    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.

    La Resurrezione

    George Frideric Handel

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


    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.

    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.


    Johann Sebastian Bach

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


    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.


    George Frideric Handel

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

    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.


    Antonio Vivaldi

    A Christmas celebration organised by Jean-Christophe Spinosi is sure to be entertaining.

    Stabat Mater

    Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

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

    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.


    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.

    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.

    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.


    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.


    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. 


    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.


    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.