12 October 2016
Camilla Nylund

Soprano

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26 > 30 October 2016
Pulcinella

Concert jeune public avec l'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande et Joan Monpart

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21 October > 1 November 2016
Ba\rock

Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève

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19 > 29 November 2016
Der Vampyr

Opera by Heinrich Marschner

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15 June 2016
2016-2017 Season

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1617 Season

12 October 2016 | 7:30PM
Recital
Opéra des Nations
Soprano

Camilla Nylund

No one will have forgotten her sublime interpretation of Rusalka at the end of the 2012-2013 season. The press, too, were ebullient in their praise of the performance. Reviews included the likes of: “Camilla Nylund is a staggeringly good Rusalka, admirable in her sincerity and finesse.” Without doubt one of the greatest performers of the repertories of Wagner and Strauss, the Finnish soprano adores Lieder and excels in this domain, regretting that she has been unable to devote more of her time to the genre.

21 October > 1st November 2016
Ballet
Opéra des Nations
Grand Théâtre de Genève Ballet Company

Ba\rock

After a stunning and original "Nutcracker" which captivated large audiences in Geneva and Europe, Jeroen Verbruggen returns with a musical world he is particularly fond of: baroque music. Through its complexity, virtuosity and desire to overturn conventions, his choreographic langage is in sync with the baroque style.

26 > 30 October 2016
Young audiences - Concerts
Opéra des Nations
Igor Stravinsky

Pulcinella

Taking his inspiration from the baroque Neapolitan composer Pergolesi, Stravinsky breathes new life into the classical music form and makes remarkable use of his skills as a colourist to compose this delightful work. You can never be too young or too old to enjoy Pulcinella, with Ira Levin directing the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, in the company of narrator Joan Mompart.

19 > 29 November 2016
Opera
Opéra des Nations
Heinrich Marschner

Der Vampyr

Bizarre creatures emerging from the imagination of Dr John W Polidori and Mary Shelley create a gothic world intensified by Marschner’s sensitive music. Inspired by the Italian style and the German "Singspiel", the work introduces modern aspects that strengthen the psychological dimension of the action and characters.