Château Versailles Spectacles - Gluck / Berlioz : Orphée et Eurydice

Cultural

A show by Raphaël Pichon

Orpheus is undoubtedly the opera of operas: from Monteverdi to Rossi, at the origins of the lyric art, then with Gluck imposing the reform of the opera in Italian in Vienna, then in French in Paris, finally with Berlioz in a romantic version, (and before Offenbach who brilliantly parodies it) the amorous fate of this Greek poet never ceases to invade the theatre stages. After the sudden death of Eurydice, Orpheus leaves to seek his wife in the Underworld. His song has the power to appease the Furies and animate the Happy Shadows, allowing the couple to return to the path of light... towards their destiny.

General information

Openings

Friday 5 March 2021 between 8 pm and 9.40 pm.
1h40 without intermission.

Sunday 7 March 2021 between 8 pm and 9.40 pm.
1h40 without intermission.

Fares


Category 3 : 42€ à 50€
Category 2 : 63€ à 75€
Category 1 : 88 à 100€
Prestige : 115€ à 130€
Prestige VIP : 150€

VIP PRESTIGE CATEGORY: The best seats in the room, the program and a free glass of champagne.

PRESTIGE CATEGORY: Very good seats, the program and a glass of champagne offered.

REDUCED RATE granted to under-26s, holders of the Château de Versailles Spectacles card and groups of more than 10 people (excluding company formula).

For a better welcome, it is strongly recommended that people with reduced mobility book their seats by telephone on 01 30 83 78 89.

In case of technical problems, the ticketing team is at your disposal by phone at 01 30 83 78 89 (from Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm) or on site in our ticket shop (3 bis rue des Réservoirs, 78000 Versailles; from Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm, as well as Saturdays of shows outside the Grandes Eaux Musicales from 2pm to 5pm) to help you make your reservation.

Contact details

Château Versailles Spectacles - Gluck / Berlioz : Orphée et Eurydice
Chapelle Royale
Château de Versailles
78000 Versailles
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