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Platform member

AROP – Association pour le Rayonnement de l'Opéra national de Paris

New Audiences

The avant-premières reserved for young people: more than 25,000 tickets at the special price of €10

Since September 2015, the Paris Opera has allowed young people under 28 to access avant-première performances of the most expected productions of the season, at a unique price of €10. For the 2017/2018 season, 7 ballets and 5 operas have been selected including mainly new productions.

Avant-Premières Jeunes

Innovation & Creativity

The 3e Scène of the Paris national Opera
Digital space of the Paris Opera

The Paris Opera created a "Third Stage", designed as a fully-fledged digital place for artistic creation and experimentation. This stage offers original content by well-known artists who are particularly dedicated to a dialogue between the arts and various forms of creation.
Accessible to everyone, these works of a new genre will promote the values of the Paris Opera: artistic excellence and originality.

The 3e Scène

Emerging Artists

The Academy of the Paris national Opera

The aim of the "Académie" is to promote a new generation of opera professionals: artists and craftsmen specialized in applied arts. This transmission program reflects the diversity and the richness of the opera’s professions, in singing, music playing and stage direction as well as in the realm of crafts as costume making, wig designing, makeup, carpentry, upholstery, composite materials or even the set designing office.

The Academy


Name a Seat Campaign of the AROP

The Paris national Opera exceptionally offers you to name a seat of the Palais Garnier. This act of generosity will allow you to put on your seat a plaque engraved with your name, the name of a loved one or even the name of your company, as a token of your special bond with the Palais Garnier. Your support will help us develop and reinforce the performances for young audiences.

Name a Seat

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