Iphigénie en Tauride: Opera National de Paris

Paris, Palais Garnier — Main Hall

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About the Event

Krzysztof Warlikowski's striking production of Gluck's 'Iphigénie en Tauride' returns to the Paris Opera, with Thomas Hengelbrock conducting.

Gluck's emotionally charged opera retells the Greek tragedy of Iphigénie, condemned to murder her own brother, Oreste, himself a murderer.

Sung in French, with French and English surtitles.


the presentation of a health pass is required to have access to the Palais Garnier and Opera Bastille.

The Health Pass is in the form of a QR Code, to be imported into your Tousanticovid‐carnet application ('scan the QR Code' function), or printed from the Ameli.fr website. Access to performances will be authorised if the pass certifies:

*either complete vaccination*
*or a negative PCR or Antigen test less than 48 hours old,
*or a positive RT‐PCR or antigenic test result confirming recovery from Covid, at least 15 days old and less than six months old.

- Spectators will be refused entry to the theater if they do not respect the conditions required by the health pass.
- Spectators must bring this health proof as well as a picture ID.
- We invite spectators to make arrangements to arrive in advance (1 hour before the beginning of the performance), as the verification of the passes may increase the access time to the rooms.

For more information, you can also visit: https://www.gouvernement.fr/info‐coronavirus/pass‐sanitaire

Spectators not residing in France will need to carry an official health document, pending the implementation of a European system.

In accordance with Ministry of Health guidelines, the Pass is required for adults and children over the age of 11.

Cast / Production

Conductor: Thomas Hengelbrock & Iñaki Encina Oyón — (2 octobre)
Director: Krzysztof Warlikowski
Set design: Malgorzata Szczesniak
Costume design: Malgorzata Szczesniak
Lighting design: Felice Ross
Video: Denis Guéguin
Choreography: Claude Bardouil
Dramaturgy: Miron Hakenbeck
Chorus master: Alessandro Di Stefano

Iphigénie: Nicole Chevalier
Oreste: Jacques Imbrailo
Pylade: Julien Behr
Thoas: Jean‑François Lapointe
Diane: Marianne Croux
Première prêtresse (Act I): Marianne Croux
Deuxième prêtresse: Jeanne Ireland
Une femme grecque: Jeanne Ireland
Un Scythe: Christophe Gay
Un ministre: Christophe Gay

Paris Opera Chorus and Orchestra


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