Mozart Gala

The genius of Mozart: scenes from Don Giovanni,

Le nozze di Figaro, Die Zauberflöte, Così fan tutte

The Monnaie - Paris

16 DECEMBER 2023 AT 8.30PM

Your evening :

Doors open at 8pm

Concert just a few metres from the artists, with original staging

Intermission with caviar and champagne tasting

End of the evening at 22:30

The program

Le nozze di Figaro 
– “Cinque… dieci… venti… trenta…” (Figaro, Susanna)  
– “Se a caso Madama la notte ti chiama” (Figaro, Susanna) – “Non più andrai” (Figaro) 
– “Cosa sento! Tosto andate” (Conte, Basilio, Susanna) 

 Don Giovanni 
– “Ma qual mai s’offre, oh Dei,… Fuggi, crudele, fuggi!” (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio)
– “Dalla sua pace” (Don Ottavio) 

– “Là ci darem la mano (Don Giovanni, Zerlina) 
– “Finch’han dal vino” (Don Giovanni) 

– “O Selige Wonne” (Zaide, Gomatz, Allazim)  

Così fan tutte
– “Come scoglio immoto resta” (Fiordiligi) 
– “Fra gli amplessi in pochi istanti” (Fiordiligi, Ferrando)
– “Un’aura amorosa del nostro tesoro” (Ferrando) 
– “Donne mie, la fate a tanti” (Guglielmo)

Fantaisie en ut mineur K. 475, PIANO

Die Zauberflöte
– “Soll ich dich, Teurer! nicht mehr seh’n?“ (Pamina, Sarastro, Tamino) 
– Pa-pa-ge-na!… Pa-pa-ge-no! (Papageno · Papagena) 

– “Schnelle Füße,rascher Mut” (Pamina, Papageno, Monostatos) 

The Artists:

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Emilie-Rose Bry

Winner of numerous competitions, the Franco-American soprano Emilie Rose Bry has already sung on several continents. A committed performer on stage, she defends a vast repertoire from Monteverdi to Rossini, with a predilection for Mozart.

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Christophe Poncet de Solages

With a pronounced talent for languages, tenor Christophe Poncet de Solages explores a vast repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary music, in both opera and concert, performing Bach, Verdi and Strauss.

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Marc Souchet

With his powerful, warm voice adapted to the Italian repertoire, baritone Marc Souchet has already taken on many Verdian and Puccinian roles. He has also explored French operas, which he tackles with equal ease.

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Katia Weimann

Katia Weimann began playing the piano at the age of 6 and quickly developed a passion for opera. She works closely with singers and, as pianist-chef de chant, accompanies the Maîtrise Populaire de l’Opéra Comique.

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