Until October 18, 2016, Opera Bastille will be putting on a show of the prominent Italian composer Giacomo Puccini’s melodrama, Tosca (1900).
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Eliogabalo was originated from the story of Heliogabalus, the Roman emperor who reigned the Roman Empire from 218 until 222. It is written in Italian, with a libretto to an unknown librettist.
Eliogabalo will be performed at Palais Garnier under the conduction of …
From 04 to 16 July 2016, Palais Garnier, the fine Parisian opera house, is host to three of the renowned American choreographer William Forsythe’s best ballets: Of Any If And, Approximate Sonata, and Creation.
Opera Bastille opens to view a new show that brings to light two magnificent ballets Entre Chien et Loup by the brilliant choreographer Justin Peck and Brahms-Schönberg Quartet by the prominent choreographer who was awarded the Kennedy Center Honors in 1978, George Balanchine.
Claimed to be adapted from a scenario by the French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette’s, Aida was written in four acts by the Italian librettist Antonio Ghislanzoni. It was premiered at Cairo’s Khedivial Opera House in Cairo, Egypt, on December 24, 1871.