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ALL SHOWS ARE PERFORMED AT THE MONTE CARLO OPERA
January 2023
Friday
20 January
19 H (Gala)

Opera
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Alcina
Haendel
Sunday
22 January
15 H

Opera
Subscription Matinées
Alcina
Haendel
Tuesday
24 January
19 H

Opera
Subscription Soirées
Alcina
Haendel
Wednesday
25 January
20 H

Choral concert
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Stabat Mater
Rossini
Thursday
26 January
19 H

Opera
Alcina
Haendel
February 2023
Sunday
19 February
15 H

Opera
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Andrea Chénier
Giordano
Tuesday
21 February
20 H (Gala)

Opera
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Andrea Chénier
Giordano
Thursday
23 February
20 H

Opera
Subscription Soirées
Andrea Chénier
Giordano
Saturday
25 February
20 H

Opera
Andrea Chénier
Giordano
March 2023
Friday
10 March
20 H

Recital
Subscription Soirées
Daniel Barenboim
Friday
17 March
20 H (Gala)

Opera
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La traviata
Verdi
Sunday
19 March
15 H

Opera
Subscription Matinées
La traviata
Verdi
Monday
20 March
20 H

Opera by the Vienna Staatsoper
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Le nozze di Figaro
Mozart
Tuesday
21 March
20 H

Opera
La traviata
Verdi
Thursday
23 March
20 H

Opera
Subscription Soirées
La traviata
Verdi
April 2023
Sunday
16 April
15 H

Opera
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Il barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini
Monday
17 April
20 H

Puppet opera
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L’Orfeo
Monteverdi
Tuesday
18 April
20 H (Gala)

Opera
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Il barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini
Thursday
20 April
20 H

Opera
Subscription Soirées
Il barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini
Saturday
22 April
20 H

Opera
Il barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini
Recital
Daniel Barenboim
10 March 2023
Recital
Piano Daniel Barenboim

Daniel Barenboim

Recital
Friday 10 March 2023 - 20 h
Opéra de Monte-Carlo
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Piano Daniel Barenboim

Born in Buenos Aires of Jewish parents of Russian origin, raised in Israel from 1950 onwards, then a student in Paris, a concert pianist since the age of seven and an inter- nationally acclaimed conductor for 60 years now, also an ardent defender of human rights, Daniel Barenboim is a true citizen of the world whose artistic ventures are as varied as his cultural influences.

He has accompanied the greatest performers with a firm hand and, as a pianist, has worked under the musical direction of such legendary conductors as Otto Klemperer and Sir John Barbirolli. Equally at ease in the intimate world of chamber music and as a conductor of imposing Wagnerian operas, he has also had a profound impact on the recording industry since the 1960s, thanks to such essential releases as the complete Beethoven piano concertos or the Mozart and Schubert sonatas.

A few months after celebrating his 80th birthday, Daniel Barenboim will perform on the stage of the Monte Carlo Opera, thus sealing the friendship and artistic complicity that binds him to its new director, Cecilia Bartoli.