Gaële Boghossian and Paulo Correia’s theatre company is renowned for thought-provoking, boundary-pushing productions. But their latest oeuvre may be their finest one yet.
As of this year, Cecilia Bartoli takes over the role of director of Monte-Carlo Opera - the first woman to hold this position in the history of this opera house
For the final production of the year, Jean-Christophe Maillot and Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo have selected a work which was first staged in Monaco in 2007 - Maillot’s interpretation of the story of Faust
What could be better than listening to baroque church music? Especially when it comes to cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann.
This year marks the centenary of the death of Prince Albert I of Monaco, and appropriately, Monte-Carlo Opera pays tribute to one of its early directors, Raoul Gunsbourg, who was appointed to this role by Prince Albert I in 1892
Nice Opera opens the 2022-23 opera season with Vincenzo Bellini’s La Sonnambula, a co-production between the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, Semperoper Dresden, Opéra Nice Côte d’Azur and New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
This week, internationally renowned conductor Michel Plasson leads the Nice Philharmonic Orchestra in a special concert to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of French composer, César Franck.
Ballet Nice Méditerranée opens its 2022-23 season with Cassandra, choreographer Luciano Cannito’s contemporary take on the legend of the mythological heroine.
The final production of Monte-Carlo Ballet’s summer dance programme, L’Été Danse!, is a triple bill entitled Soirée 3 chorégraphes, which features works by Jean-Christophe Maillot, Jirí Kylián and Mats Ek.
The Nice Philharmonic Orchestra brings the 2021/22 season to a close with a programme of music by Smetana, Tchaikovsky and Dvořák.
Two very talented and accomplished French actors based on the Riviera, Sophie Chiara Viglio and Nicolas Carré, came up with the idea of taking an old caravan, attaching a stage then taking it on the road
400 years after the greatest French playwright’s birth, adaptation of his plays abound. But few are as original – and timely – as the one that Collectif La Machine presents at Anthéa right now