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Opera Bastille


Experience great opera in Paris

L'Opéra de la Bastille was opened in July, 1989 on the Place de la Bastille in Paris. Designed by prize-winning architect Carlos Ott, the Bastille Opera is home to opera and ballet productions of the Paris National Opera. Although the hall houses an enormous audience (2700 seats), it is known for its clear sightlines from all seats.

Choose from the upcoming opera and ballet events in l'Opéra de la Bastille. Purchase your tickets conveniently and securely online with Classictic.

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Tosca: Paris Opera

Set in an eternal Rome, Puccini's Tosca is a head-spinning work that captures the essence of opera as few others do.

Fri, November 28 2014 19:30


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La Bohème: Paris Opera

Every phrase of La Bohème touches us and is engraved in our hearts from the moment we first hear it.

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Don Giovanni: Paris Opera

Erwin Schrott sings the title role in the captivating production by Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke.

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Ariadne auf Naxos: Paris Opera

Michael Schønwandt conducts an all-star cast, featuring Karita Mattila, Sophie Koch, and Klaus Florian Vogt.

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Pelléas et Mélisande: Opera de Paris

The Paris Opera presents Claude Debussy's lyric drama, 'Pelléas et Mélisande', in a production by Robert Wilson.

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Faust: Paris Opera

Piotr Beczala and Krassimira Stoyanova embody Faust and Marguerite at the Paris Opera.

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Swan Lake: Paris Opera Ballet

Tchaikovsky composed his extraordinarily gentle and melancholic first ballet, Swan Lake in 1877.

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Mahler 7: Cornelius Meister & Paris Opera Orchestra

Immerse yourself in the complex and dramatic music of Gustav Mahler.

Sat, April 04 2015 20:00


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Rusalka: Paris Opera

Olga Guryakova and Khachatur Badalyan sing the lead roles in Robert Carsen's production.

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The Magic Flute: Paris Opera

Mozart's last opera shows pain and comfort, day triumphing over night, and the path we must follow to be worthy of humanity.