The realm of dreams and the fantastic, a unique concert

Lyrical evening Füssli at the Jacquemart-André Museum with private visit 

14 January 2023

The spectacular exhibition Füssli, the realm of dreams and the fantastic, which has been on display at the Musée Jacquemart-André since the autumn of 2022, will also be performed in concert. 

A programme of French and German opera arias and melodies specially constructed by Hugues Rameau-Crays in collaboration with Katia Weimann and the artists awaits you for a unique evening.  

A fantastic concert 
The incredible world of the artist of the imaginary and the sublime was inspired by Shakespearean subjects with representations of dreams, nightmares and apparitions, themes that can be found in operas and many romantic melodies.

A unique programme
Juliet’s Dream, Gounod‘s and Berlioz‘s nightmarish Faust and Offenbach‘s Les Contes d’Hoffmann are all part of the same aesthetic of dream and fantasy, where the spectre of the rose haunts the dream of Bellini‘s La Sonnambula, where a danse macabre (Saint-Saëns) announces the end of Debussy‘s Nuit d’étoiles..)… 
Discover the full programme

An enchanting exhibition
During this exceptional evening, you will enjoy a private evening visit of the temporary exhibition which explores the whole of Füssli’s work to which no monographic exhibition has been devoted in Paris since 1975.

Four talented artists
Let yourself be carried away by the voices of a soprano, a tenor and a baritone, who, accompanied by a piano, will make you experience even more intensely the fantastic and oneiric emotions left by Füssli.


Opera arias by Offenbach, Bellini, Gounod and Berlioz, French and German melodies by Debussy, Fauré, Ibert and Schubert.

Your evening:

  • 7.30 pm Welcome and visit of the exhibition Füssli, the realm of dreams and the fantastic  
  • 8.30 pm First part of the concert in the Salon de Musique  
  • 9.10 pm Intermission – glass of champagne in the Grand Salon   
  • 9:30 pm Second part of the concert in the Salon de Musique   
  • 10.15 pm End of the event   


Talented artists

Armelle Khourdoïan

The soprano Armelle Khourdoïan has already sung at La Scala in Milan, at the Palais Garnier or during the Chorégies d’Orange with partners such as Ruggero Raimondi or Charles Aznavour.

Christophe Poncet de Solages

Christophe Poncet de Solages’ repertoires are as vast as his practice of foreign languages. Equally at ease in English, Spanish, Italian, German or Russian, the French tenor has a very successful international career.

Marc Souchet

Thanks to his powerful and warm voice, Marc Souchet has performed many roles by Verdi and Puccini. The baritone does not neglect French composers either in opera or in concert, and also in creation.

Katia Weimann

Katia Weimann started playing the piano at the age of 6. An outstanding accompanist, she is a laureate of the Royaumont Foundation and as pianist-choirmaster of the Maîtrise Populaire de l’Opéra Comique, she has taken part in numerous productions.


  • Date : 14 January 2023
  • Price 220 €
  • Audioguides available


  • 7.30 pm visit of the exhibition
  • 8.30 pm start of the concert

 Price of the evening: 220 €

Musée Jacquemart-André

158 Bd Haussmann 75008 Paris

Parking Haussmann-Berri, 24h/24

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