While the legendary Opéra Garnier and Bastille have cancelled all of their performances because of the coronavirus, these institutions have put online for free some of their shows.Summary Shows cancelled because of the sars coronavirus Visit of the Opera Garnier History Notes Address Metro Times
[updated march 18, 2020 at 18h47] If the Paris Opera, has been forced to cancel all his shows programmed until the end of the month of April, he has decided to make public some of its representations. Its classics will now be available online on the websites of the Paris Opera and CultureBox. In this period of confinement because of the epidemic of the coronavirus, there's plenty to distract you with these wonderful performances from the archives of the institution :Until 22 march : the opera house Manon of Jules Massenet, staged by Vincent Huguet, a classic comic opera. From 23 to 29 march : Don Giovanni (2019) From 30 to April 5 : swan Lake (2019) From April 6 to April 12 : The Barber of Seville (2014) 13-19 April : Evening Robbins (2018) From 20 to 26 April : Tales of Hoffmann (2016) 27 to may 3 : Carmen (2017) What are the shows cancelled because of the sars coronavirus ? Don Giovanni : from 21 march to 24 April at the Palais Garnier Show of the Dance School : 25 to 30 march at the Palais Garnier, George Balanchine , until the 1st of April at the opéra Bastille Manon : up to 10 April at the opéra Bastille. The Midi music on the 12th of April at the Palais Garnier Performances, concerts and workshops planned at the Amphitheatre and the studio Bastille until April 15
The website of the Opéra de Paris specifies that "all the spectators who have tickets for these shows will be refunded". At the present time, the new productions of rheingold, The Walküre, and performances of the ballet by Alan Lucien Oyen and Mayerling are not compromised.
What are the tours organized at the Opéra Garnier ?
tours of the Opera Bastille and the Palais Garnier are currently cancelled . After the outbreak of the sars coronavirus, if you want to discover the mythical sites of the Palais Garnier in paris, such as the Rotunda Subscribers , the Bassin de la Pythie , the Grand Staircase that leads to the immense nave 30 metres in height, the Large Home and Before you Home , the Salons of the moon and the sun , the Rotonde du Glacier and its tapestries , be aware that in addition to free tours with a ticket, of guided tours are available in French (every day with departures at 11: 30, 14h and 15h30) or English (every day with departures at 11am and 14: 30pm). The normal price of a guided tour is 15,50 € , the reduced price of 11 euros (under 26 years) and the child rate at 8.50 euros (under 10 years). The hearing aid and the entrance ticket is included in the price of the tour, which lasts 1h30 in total. The purchase of the ticket can be done without booking directly at the counter.What is the history of the Opera Garnier ?
The Opera Garnier was inaugurated on 5 January 1875 by the President of the Republic Mac-Mahon. Built by Charles Garnier after winning the contest organized by Napoleon III in 1860, the building was meant to be a imperial theatre. Its decorative exuberance of baroque with its facade decorated with sculptures testifies to the desire of Napoleon III. Inside, it is especially the staircase and the thirty monolithic columns of marble which make sensation. The ceiling of the auditorium was decorated in 1964 by the painter Chagall.
In the novel "the Phantom of the Opera", published in 1910, Gaston Leroux speaks about the mysterious tenant of the underground of the Palais Garnier. Far from having invented this legend, the author is inspired by the strange phenomena which have succeeded one another at the end of the Nineteenth century : the collapse of a chandelier during a performance, a machinist found hanged... Imagination or reality ? During the construction of the Palace, a body of water in the basement was discovered. It is said that, even today, the machinists of the Opera feed on fish, which would be the lunch to the lord tenant of the basement.See the selection
Eiffel Tower, Opéra de Lyon, Marineland... 15 sites to visit behind the scenesWhat are the prices of the tickets for a tour of the Opera Garnier ?
The ticket office is open every day from 10 am to 16: 30, and from 10am to 17: 30 from mid-July to early September. Book your ticket online.Visit the Palais Garnier off period of exhibition : 12 € / 8 € (reduced rate) Visit the Palais Garnier with temporary exhibitions : 14 € / 10 € (reduced fare) Free for children under 12 years of age, the disabled person and his accompanying person, the unemployed or a recipient of social assistance/RSA/other minimum social benefits, the déholder of the Pass' Jeunes, the Membership Card AROP particular, the Carte Culture (1 person and his attendant), the Map of tourism professionals (e.g. guides, lecturers...) and the offices of French tourism, the Card reader of the National Library of France (access to the reading room of the Library – Museum of the Opera) and students of the Ecole du Louvre and architecture schools.
The Opera house also hosts many ballets of lyrical entertainment (refer to the programming 2020). Bookings for these shows are done via this page.What is the address of the Opera Garnier ?
The Opera Garnier is located at the corner of rue Scribe and rue Auber in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. If you go by car, there is parking Place Vendôme (show package 6h), Meyerbeer, Edward VII, Haussmann Berri and Haussmann Galeries Lafayette.What is the metro and the bus to the nearest of the Opera Garnier ?
The Opera Garnier is served by the station Opera, traversed by the lines 3, 7 and 8 of the paris metro and Auber station (line RER A. bus, you can borrow the lines 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 53, 66, 68, 81 and 95.What are the hours from the Opera Garnier ? Date Of Update: 21 May 2020, 15:58