Joseph Haydn

An immense choral fresco entirely dedicated to the cycles of nature under the expert baton of Emmanuelle Haïm.

Antonio Vivaldi

Jean-Christophe Spinosi continues his exploration of the lyrical repertoire of the Red Priest with this Venetian Olimpiade.

Ludwig van Beethoven

The work is grandiose: in terms of its scale, complexity and exacting standards. A fascinating musical masterpiece.

Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Dumont and Charpentier where the art of the Grand Motet “à la française” in its most perfect completeness.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

A sumptuous and realistic instruction manual in the art of love steeped in all Mozartian sensuality.

Franz Schreker, Johannes Brahms

A masterful score as much for its sacred character as for its orchestral and choral power.

Giuseppe Verdi

During a ball, Verdi removes the masks of passion and duty.

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Undoubtedly the most well-known lament of sorrow in the baroque repertoire.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Matthäus-Passion, or the pinnacle of Bach's choral art directed and sung by Mark Padmore.

Henry Desmarest

Henry Desmarest's little-known Didon is reborn thanks to the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles and Véronique Gens singing the title role.

Johann Sebastian Bach

The first of the great pieces Bach composed when he moved to Leipzig and one of the highlights of his choral catalogue.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart's most popular sacred work and his famous aria Agnus Dei - where the spiritual takes on a sensual quality.

Richard Wagner

"Bühnenweihfestspiel" ("festival play for the consecration of the stage"), Wagner’s last opera is a powerful epopee, and a final masterpiece.

Vincenzo Bellini

Bellini's ultimate masterpiece owes its notoriety to his leading roles among the most demanding in the belcantist repertoire.

George Frideric Handel

Tamerlano, one of the most beautiful and poignant examples of vocal acrobatics in the baroque repertoire.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Jean-Christophe Spinosi welcomes young singers and breakdancers for an original journey, combining tradition and modernity.

Richard Strauss

“Prima la musica e poi le parole” ... Capriccio, the great Strauss’ lyrical testament, conducted by Christian Thielemann.

W. A. Mozart, G. Paisiello

The Mozartian legend in resonance with the little-known Mass for the Coronation of Napoleon by Paisiello.

Charles Lecocq

Lecocq’s Madame Angot was a triumph when it was created, then it was forgotten. A talented team of French singers is putting her back in the spotlight with great enthusiasm.

Jacques Offenbach

Ending the season on a high note, with an opera-buffa and Offenbach's gem: a great way to ease into the summer break.