Opera in Paris – Program & Tickets

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THE NUTCRACKER

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Presented as a diptych in the historic performance of 1892, Iolanta and The Nutcracker are once again brought together in this Paris Opera production.
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A Pasolinian landscape over which hovers the overwhelming image of a cross, symbol of the collusion between political and religious oppression.
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“Carmen will never surrender, born free, free will she die”cries Bizet’s heroine to Don José at the end of the opera.
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Presented as a diptych in the historic performance of 1892, Iolanta and The Nutcracker are once again brought together in this Paris Opera production.
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A Pasolinian landscape over which hovers the overwhelming image of a cross, symbol of the collusion between political and religious oppression.
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A Pasolinian landscape over which hovers the overwhelming image of a cross, symbol of the collusion between political and religious oppression.
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Mozart’s last opera can be seen as a marvellous tale for children or as an ardent meditation on human existence.
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