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Lyrical productions

The Opéra national de Paris is committed to enhancing and enriching an exceptional lyrical repertoire that spans more than four centuries, from the Baroque to the contemporary. By inviting the greatest performers and directors of our time, but also the young talents of a new generation of artists, the institution responds to its fundamental mission of creation, the diversity of aesthetics echoing that of musical languages.

Each season, more than 20 lyrical productions are presented on the stages of the Palais Garnier and the Opéra Bastille, nearly a third of which are new shows.

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The Paris National Opera would like to thank the Cercle Berlioz members for their support:

  • Elizabeth et Robert Carroll
  • François Collineau
  • Oliver Dorgans et Alexandre Nadjari
  • Maura Helena Gonzaga
  • William et Françoise Torchiana

  • Philippe et Donatienne Beaufour
  • Tuulikki Janssen
  • Guillaume de Seynes

  • Yves Alexandre
  • Florence et Damien Bachelot
  • Philippe et Donatienne Beaufour
  • Jean-Pierre et Marie-Florence Duprieu
  • Joyce et Philip Kan
  • Chantal Peraudeau-Mazin
  • Christian et Béatrice Schlumberger
  • Thierry Sueur et Béatrice Thomas
  • Claudine Théodore
  • Antoine et Sylvie Winckler

  • Jean-Marie Baillot d’Estivaux
  • Philippe Blavier
  • Jacques et Katharina Bouhet
  • Michel et Catherine Carlier
  • Charles Foussard
  • Annick Frotiée
  • Olivier et Maryse Gayno
  • Helman et Anne le Pas de Sécheval
  • Marie-Claire Ricard
  • Xavier Richer
  • Eric Rouvroy
  • Laurent Samama et Olivier Borgeaud
  • Philippe Tengelmann

  • Certains donateurs ont souhaité rester anonymes.

TRAIN THE CONDUCTORS OF TOMORROW

Starting a residency programme for conductors inside the Academy of the Opéra National de Paris.
The aim of this training is to promote equal opportunities for women and men in orchestral conducting by creating two posts for the training of opera conductors with equal recruitment for men and women.
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