L’Opéra de Paris puts its shows online for free during confinement

Finally good news in the world of live performance and classical music! While the French have been invited by the government to remain confined to their homes in order to fight against the spread of the Covid-19, since yesterday evening, l’Opéra de Paris has decided to retransmit its most beautiful shows online for free.

Ballets and Operas, from Manon to Lac des Cygnes, great classics from the archives of the Opéra de Paris will be available in your living room to the delight of all. Enough to pass the time of confinement in the most beautiful way!


On the program on the Paris National Opera site HERE:

March 17-22: Manon (2020)

March 23-29: Don Giovanni (2019)

March 30 to April 5: Swan Lake (2019)

From April 6 to 12: The Barber of Seville (2014)

From April 13 to 19: Robbins Evening (2018)

April 20-26: Hoffmann’s Tales (2016)

April 27 to May 3: Carmen (2017)

From March 17 to May 3: Cycle of the six symphonies of Tchaikovsky by the Orchestra of the Paris National Opera under the direction of Philippe Jordan


Photo : Manon (c) Julien Benhamou