La Juive was not only Halévy’s first great success, but also arguably the grandest of all grand operas, with its colossal spectacle and final execution scene, the stuff of operatic legend.
After Jenůfa last season, this production once again features soprano Corinne Winters in the title role and German director Tatjana Gürbaca.
Come and experience the music of the two greatest Czech composers, Antonín Dvořák and Leoš Janáček, alongside our vocal leaders.
In an acting workshop that will also feature Janaček’s musical score, join us in discovering the characters and the tale of Katia Kabanova.
Workshop-performance for children from 3 to 7 years old accompanied by their parents
B is for Bel canto and Bellini (also a very nice drink), Bizet and Berlioz, Britten and his Billy Budd and, of course, B is for Brunch!
What is the connection between the Duke of Brunswick and the Grand Théâtre? Between the Valkyrie and the great fire? Between a Second Empire façade and a 50s-60s theatre?