Discover on screen the lyrical and choreographic masterpieces of the Paris National Opera.

La Traviata
Opera - New production

La Traviata

November 15
8:30 am
After Dumas fils, it was Verdi who would give her immortality to the Dame aux camélias in his remarkable masterpiece, one of the repertoire’s most striking portraits of a woman, at once cruel and sublime. After Werther, Benoît Jacquot stages Diana Damrau in this opera of love and sacrifice.
Celebrate dance with the Paris Opera Ballet
Ballet

Celebrate dance with the Paris Opera Ballet

January 31
8:30 am
Défilé du ballet Etudes The Nutcracker (highlights)
Carmen
Opera - New production

Carmen

February 21
8:30 am
Violent passion crushed by a blazing Spanish sun; Philippe Jordan conducts Bizet’s masterpiece for its long-awaited return to the Paris Opera. Seville, Spain. Arrested after a scuffle, Carmen, a fiery gypsy, seduces the corporal Don José, Micaëla's fiancé, and promises her love if he lets her escape. Don José releases Carmen, and is jailed in turn for allowing her to flee. He finds her two months later among a band of smugglers. To win her love, José has become a deserter and, obsessed by his passion, he followers her, devoured by his jealousy.
Balanchine / Millepied
Ballet

Balanchine / Millepied

April 18
9:30 am
Alongside Balanchine’s Palais de Cristal, set to music by Bizet, Benjamin Millepied adapts Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloé. Philippe Jordan will be accompanying the Paris Opera Ballet for the first time.