Tuesday, 30 April 2019
Saturday, 11 May 2019Grand Théatre de GenèveGrand Théâtre de GenèveThe only lyrical tragedy of Marc-Antoine Charpentier constitutes the third part of the Myth of Medea that the Grand Théâtre has been sharing with you for several seasons. First of all it was the Medea by Cherubini, then Il Giasone by Cavalli. Charpentier’s masterpiece will be revisited by David McVicar in the company of La Cappella Mediterranea, directed by Leonardo García Alarcón.
ILDAR ABDRAZAKOVWednesday, 8 May 2019
Grand Théatre de GenèveGrand Théâtre de GenèveIldar Abdrazakov triomphe dans le répertoire mozartien, en passant par le belcanto et le répertoire verdien : il s'est présenté récemment dans le rôle titre d'Attila de Verdi au Théâtre La Scala de Milan, le rôle de Phillipe II (Don Carlo,Verdi) à l'Opéra Bastille et il chantera le rôle de Banco dans Macbeth au Metropolitan Opera House de New York du même compositeur. La basse russe se produira pour la première fois à Genève au Grand Théâtre. Extrait musical : https://www.geneveopera.ch/programmation/saison-18-19/ildar-abdrazakov/ Ce récital remplace le récital de Patricia Petibon initialement prévu le 21.06.2019. Les billets acquis restent valables pour cette nouvelle date.
CHRISTIAN GERHAHERMonday, 20 May 2019
Grand Théatre de GenèveGrand Théâtre de GenèveForsaking careers as a philosopher or doctor, he preferred that of singer. Invited to the Salzburg Festival in 2006, then to Vienna and the Royal Opera House in London in 2010, he very quickly became a virtuoso of the Lied and has remained so ever since with his long-term collaborator, pianist Gerold Huber. In Geneva, his recital is devoted in its entirety to Robert Schumann, one of his favourite composers.
Tuesday, 4 June 2019
Saturday, 22 June 2019Grand Théatre de GenèveGrand Théâtre de GenèveGiuseppe Verdi, regularly featured on the Geneva stage, will conclude the 18-19 season, with a work directly inspired by the assassination of Gustave III, King of Sweden, at a masked ball in 1792. The work was only performed thanks to Verdi’s tenacity, after having been censured and rewritten many times. It is an opera that wavers between happiness and despair, between passion and drama.
Thursday, 27 June 2019
Sunday, 30 June 2019Grand Théatre de GenèveGrand Théâtre de GenèveBy inviting the Yacobson Ballet, a second company invited during the same season, the Grand Théâtre wishes to demonstrate its love for choreographic art. After Swan Lake by the National Ballet of China, here is The Sleeping Beauty by the Yacobson Ballet founded in 1969, Russia’s first independent company and one of the major companies on the international stage.
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