The Paris Opera - Schedule, Program & Tickets

The Paris Opera

The Paris Opera is France's most important opera company, which has two operas: Garnier and Bastile.

The opera Palais Garnier: the raven of the subscriber leads the Bassin de la Pythia to the Grand Escalier with its magnificent thirty-meter-high vault. Built of marble in different colors, it is the double staircase to the foyers and the various floors of the theater. At the foot of the stairs, a real theater in the theater, two female allegories with torches greet the spectators.
In the tradition of the Italian theater, the horseshoe-shaped "French" auditorium was designed for the way the seats are arranged according to their category, so that the public can be seen and seen. Its metallic structure, hidden by marble, velvet and gilding, supports the weight of the 8 tonne bronze and crystal chandelier with its 340 lights.

The Opéra Bastille is the work of the Canadian-Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott. The theater was inaugurated on July 13, 1989.
Its architecture is characterized by transparent facades and the use of identical materials for the interior and the exterior. Its integrated scenery, costume and accessory workshops, as well as its numerous workspaces and rehearsal rooms, the Opera Bastille is a great modern theater.
Sa 19:30
I Puritani

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