The famed Roman opera singer Floria Tosca is in a loving relationship with the painter Mario Cavaradossi. But when Cavaradossi helps out a political refugee, however, things take a turn for the worse as the sadistic police chief Scarpia takes Cavaradossi prisoner in the hope of uncovering the fugitive's whereabouts... For his staging of Tosca, Barrie Kosky drew inspiration from film and in particular by the genre of film noir.

Thankful to Jacques Offenbach, Paris is in celebration! One of its greatest successes presented in a complete original version by the Centre de Musique Romantique Française is coming to cinemas on December 8. 

The Paris Opera celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Festival of Music with one of its most successful productions : Platée, a cruel yet moving farce staged by Laurent Pelly under the baton of Marc Minkowski. Live to cinemas on June 21. 

For her Paris Opera debut, Dutch director Lotte de Beer has chosen to cast a critical eye on the European portrayal of colonised peoples, encouraging us to rethink our relationship with aesthetic productions of the past and present.

Jules Massenet no doubt sought to enchant his era when he set Charles Perrault’s fairytale to music. With Cendrillon, the composer offers us one of his most attractive works, quite unlike other operatic adaptations of the tale.
Live in cinemas on April 7, 2022 at 7:15 pm.