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Don Carlos de Giuseppe Verdi, du 10 octobre au 11 novembre 2017 à l'Opéra Bastille

Kaufmann/Tézier/Garanča/Abdrazakov 'Don Carlos'-Backstage

Don Carlos de Giuseppe Verdi, du 10 octobre au 11 novembre 2017 à l'Opéra Bastille.

Don Carlos Opéra Paris Bastille le 16 octobre 2017

Don Carlos - Extrait (Elīna Garanča)

Don Carlos », opéra blockbuster

C'est l'événement lyrique du moment : la version française de l'opéra de Verdi « Don Carlos », qui n'a pas été joué à Paris depuis 30 ans, est à voir à l’Opéra Bastille jusqu’au 11 novembre 2017. Retour sur ce blockbuster avec entre autres la star des ténors Jonas Kaufmann.

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Don Carlos - Extrait (Elīna Garanča)

Don Carlos - Extrait (Jonas Kaufmann)

Don Carlos à l'Opéra de Paris : rencontre avec Jonas Kaufmann

Le ténor Jonas Kaufmann interprète Don Carlos à l'Opéra de Paris, dans une nouvelle production mise en scène par Krzysztof Warlikowski (retransmise en direct au cinéma le 19 octobre 2017 dans le cadre du programme Viva l'Opera!). Dans un entretien avec Alain Duault, Jonas Kaufmann revient notamment sur les originalités de cette version française de l'oeuvre de Verdi.

 Don Carlos - Extrait (Ludovic Tézier)

Giuseppe Verdi : Don Carlos - Saluts / Final curtain - Paris, 16/10/2017

Kaufmann/Tézier/Garanča/Abdrazakov"Don Carlos"-Backstage

Die großartigen Künstler sprechen hinter den Kulissen über Verdi's "Don Carlos" in der französischen Fassung. - Ein Ensemble der Extraklasse in der Pariser Oper mit Jonas Kaufmann, Sonya Yoncheva, Ludovic Tézier, Elina Garanca und Ildar Abdrazakov in der Inszenierung von Krzysztof Warlikowski und der Musikalischen Leitung von Philippe Jordan.

Don Carlos - Extrait (Ildar Abdrazakov)

Premiers saluts, Don Carlos Opéra Paris Bastille le 16 octobre 2017

Les saluts, Don Carlos Opéra Paris Bastille le 16.10.2017

My Thoughts on Verdi's Don Carlos Live from the Opéra Bastille de Paris

Herr Jonas Kaufmann strikes again as the Infante prince, Don Carlos. This time he's joined by two gorgeous leading ladies who rose to the challenge to sing the grand roles of Eboli and Elisabeth, portrayed respectively by the smoky-toned and sensual Elina Garanca and the youthful and versatile Sonya Yoncheva. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.

"Tu che le vanità"|Sonya Yoncheva (Sofia, Bulgaria|18/06/2017')

Aria of Elisabeth from the opera "Don Carlos" /Giuseppe Verdi/

  Record from the Concert of Sonya Yoncheva in National Palace of Culture - Sofia, Bulgaria | 18/06/2017'

Review: A Starry ‘Don Carlos’ Brings Verdi, in French, to Paris

Don Carlo and the Seamstress

Don Carlos - Making-Of

Philippe Jordan à propos de Don Carlos

Assurément le spectacle-phare de la rentrée 2017/2018, Don Carlos réunit un plateau vocal de rêve  (Jonas Kaufmann, Sonya Yoncheva , Elīna Garanča, Ildar Abdrazakov, Ludovic Tézier...etc) dans la mise en scène de Krzysztof Warlikowski. Notre directeur musical Philippe Jordan évoque l’ouvrage et nous révèle quelques secrets de préparation.

Jonas Kaufmann - On n'est pas couché 7 octobre 2017 #ONPC

Philippe Jordan

Philippe Jordan: the low-key maestro who's taking French opera to new heights

This week Jordan was at the centre of one of European music’s most significant first nights of the decade. On Tuesday he conducted Verdi’s Don Carlos at Paris’s Opéra Bastille, with an exceptional cast including tenor Jonas Kaufmann in the title role and the three outstanding performers of the evening, Sonya Yoncheva as Elizabeth, Elina Garanca as Eboli and Ludovic Tézier as Posa.

Philippe Jordan  Musical director

Philippe Jordan

Currently Music Director of both the Opéra national de Paris and the Wiener Symphoniker Philippe Jordan has established himself as one of the most gifted and exciting conductors of his generation.

Krzysztof Warlikowski à propos de Don Carlosłgorzata_Szczęśniak

Małgorzata Szczęśniak

Born in 1962 in Szczecin (Poland), theater and opera director.

He studied philosophy and history at the Jagiellonian University of Krakow, then turned to the studies of Greek theater and staging.

Quickly, he became Peter Brook’s and Krystian Lupa’s assistant. His life is marked by important meetings, notably with Ingmar Bergman, Giorgio Strehler or Gerard Mortier, about whom he speaks in this interview.

Warlikowski began his career as a director in 1993 at the Stary Teatr in Krakow, where he directed The Marquise of O ... by Heinrich von Kleist. Subsequent performances are mounted in various notable theaters in Poland and Europe, including the Festival d'Avignon, where he presented Kabaret Warszawski in 2013. It was praised both by the French and European public and critics.

Among the awards obtained, you can find the Europe Prize of New Theatrical Realities (2008), and his nomination as Commander of Arts and Letters in France (2013).

Since 2008 he is the director of Nowy Teatr in Warsaw.

Warlikowski is both alert and restless - with his sad and beautifully lucid eyes. This is not the first time we have met, but today something is different. We are in the restaurant of the Théâtre de la Place in Liege, newly refurbished. He looks tired. What he says - it is in March - illuminates the current affairs, political news or the unspoken truths, creeping in people’s heads. He gives some keys to his profession but also speaks about his feelings, in light of his Polish origins, with regard to a country moving forward, but seemingly still stuck in the muddy and often sad history of a great solitaire. He speaks about Poland, but it strangely resonates about all other European countries which lately only seem to exist through the need to save their economies.

Warlikowski is almost frightening in his lucidity, especially through his plays and operas. Especially through creating links between reality and myth. It is one of the few men in European theater to lead a troop living virtually together due to the Nowy Teatr in Warsaw. Even if his theatre is either political or apolitical, it becomes political on the stage, through the interpretation of the actors.

He also does not hesitate to radically change or readapt a play to both internal and external needs.

He explains all of this here.

Krzysztof Warlikowski  Director


After two years of unprecedented and surprising access to the world's greatest tenor, this feature-length portrait of Jonas Kaufmann by John Bridcut goes behind the scenes to discover the secrets of his success.  With his breathtaking voice, his natural intelligence, his wit and charm, and his matinée idol delivery, Kaufmann is one of the hottest properties in classical music.  There has never been a profile of him like this before.   Coming soon on BBC Four:  Sunday 15 October 2017, 9pm (not 7.30 as previously notified) as part of BBC Music's opera season.  Please pass the word around!    Clip is copyright Crux Productions 2017

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