BRUSSELS 〓 La Monnaie will launch a free streaming on March 21


The Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie will launch a free streaming on March 21.

Their streaming series, as the name implies, has a lineup that makes you feel like you’re at an opera festival.

The opening performance is Rimsky-Korsakov’s “The Tale of Tsar Saltan”. It was staged in June last year and was nominated for the “Opera Awards 2020”.

Rimsky-Korsakov “The Tale of Tsar Saltan”
Mark Grey “Frankenstein”
Verdi “Aida”
Verdi “Macbeth”
Wagner “Tristan und Isolde”
Ponchielli “La Gioconda”
Mozart “Lucio Silla”
Pascal Dusapin “Macbeth Underworld”

Photo:La Monnaie / Bernd Uhlig

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How about this ?

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  5. R.I.P 〓 Mariss Jansons, Latvian Conductor

  6. OSAKA 〓 Dutoit will return to Japan at Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra

  7. TOKYO 〓 “La Folle Journée TOKYO” has been canceled

  8. BERLIN 〓 Berlin State Opera announces the lineup for 2018/2019 season

  9. Munich Opera Festival 〓 New Productions in 2019 are “Salome” and “Agrippina”

  10. MOSCOW 〓 Violinist “Anastasia” was arrested

  11. Innsbruck Festival of Early Music 〓 Festival has announced the opera to be performed in 2019

  12. BERGEN 〓 Edward Gardner extends contract with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

  13. Paris 〓 Théâtredes Champs-Elysées announces programming for 2018/2019 season

  14. MOSCOW 〓 Bolshoi Theater delivers past performances on YouTube

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