Exceptional Access to the Festival d’Aix Recordings
Source: Festival d’Aix


During the current period of virus containment in France and many other countries, the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and its partners media ARTE, FRANCE MUSIQUE and FRANCE TÉLÉVISIONS are offering you the opportunity to watch or rewatch full performances of Festival d’Aix-en-Provence operas on line.

At home, you may watch, on line and for free, past successes from the Festival d’Aix on our media partner websites:
— Puccini's TOSCA, staged by Christophe Honoré (2019 Festival d'Aix), available at France.tv
— Mozart's REQUIEM, staged by Romeo Castellucci (2019 Festival d'Aix), available at Arte Opéra
— Strauss's ARIADNE AUF NAXOS, staged by Katie Mitchell (2018 Festival d'Aix), available at Arte Opéra
— Igor Stravinsky's THE RAKE’S PROGRESS, staged by Simon McBurney (2017 Festival d'Aix), available at Arte Opéra
— Mozart's DON GIOVANNI, staged by Jean-François Sivadier (2017 Festival d'Aix), available at France Musique and France.tv

Other productions will regularly be added to this selection.

Young opera makers Jamie Man, Diana Soh and Adam Maor exchange ideas with Saskia de Ville, as they discuss their experiences, artistic aspirations and creative careers.

Listen to and discover, from home, English-language podcasts—produced by enoa as part of the Young Opera Makers programme—of these three creators who are already making the operas of tomorrow:
— Jamie Man: Music Comes from Life Experiences
— Diana Soh: The Sensation of Music
— Adam Maor: A Synthesis of Influences

The enoa (European Network of Opera Academies) Young Opera Makers programme is supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme.

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