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Reimann’s Lear at Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier, Lear, Aribert Reimann, William Shakespear

Palais Garnier, the leading Parisian opera house, welcomes you from May 20th to June 12th, 2016, and invites you to enjoy the new show of Aribert Reimann’s amazing opera, Lear. Based on King Lear, the great tragedy written by William Shakespear in 1606, Lear, the opera, was written by the renowned librettist, Claus H. Henneberg in German language. It was first performed on July 9th, 1978 at the National Theatre Munich and still remains part of the standard repertoire until today. The Palais Ga… ...

La traviata: Giuseppe Verdi

La traviata, Opera Bastille, Verdi

From May 20 to June 29, 2016, get enchanted by listening to one of the greatest pieces of classical music at Opera Bastille opera house, La traviata (The Fallen Woman) by Giuseppe Verdi. Written in three acts by the prolific Italian librettist Francesco Maria Piave (1810–1876) and originated from La dame aux Camélias (The Lady of the Camellias), a novel by the French writer and dramatist Alexandre Dumas, fils (1824–1895), La traviata’s world premiere took place on March 6th, 1853, at Teatro La … ...

Top 3 Best Open Spaces in Paris

Searching for the best open spaces in Paris? For an enjoyable spring vacation in Paris, here is a pick of the best Parisian gardens that we have carefully selected for you: 1. Tuileries Garden Created, in 1564, by Queen Catherine de Medicis after the death of her husband Henry II, King of France, the Tuileries Garden (French: Jardin des Tuileries) is probably the most renowned garden in Paris. Since its opening to the public in 1667, this magnificent garden has been drawing the attention of Pa… ...

Giselle at Palais Garnier: A Ballet by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot

For an exhilarating music experience, from May 27th to June 14th, 2016, Paris’ leading opera house, Palais Garnier invites you to attend one of the most dazzling performances of Giselle, a classical Romantic ballet choreographed by the two prominent choreographers Jean Coralli (1779 – 1854) and Jules Perrot (1810 – 1892). Labeled as the “greatest ballet of its time”, Giselle was adapted from Heinrich Heine's De l'Allemagne and Victor Hugo's poem "Fantômes" from his collection of poems Les Orien… ...

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