Opera Fuoco celebrates 15 years since the company’s founding and 10 years of professional support for young vocal artists during this special anniversary season! Follow our staged productions at the Salle Ravel of Levallois, our Masterclasses and our tour of Bach’s B minor Mass to three different countries.
Jealousy, delusional love and divine prophecy- Idomeneo has all it takes to make a masterpiece. With this production, Opera Fuoco comes back to Mozart’s operas and pursues its collaboration with stage directors, this season with acclaimed stage director Elsa Rooke.
Inspired by the unique atmosphere of the legendary ocean liners, David Stern and his young artists will explore the musical exchanges between French and American composers of the années folles of the 20’s and 30’s. Whether reviving lost masterpieces by Jerome Kern, Maurice Yann and Cole Porter or interpreting well-loved works by Maurice Ravel or George Gershwin, Opera Fuoco embarks on a musical crossing of sorts, leaving no emotion at bay.
Opera Fuoco returns to St. Quentin-en-Yvelines, the company’s residence for six years. This concert celebrates Opera Fuoco’s latest recording, featuring three former members of Opera Fuoco Young Artists Program. Berenice is a compilation of late Baroque and early Classical works based principally on Metastasio’s famous 18th-century opera scene « Ah Berenice » from his opera Antigono.
Stay tuned for our news of our most recent recording “Berenice, che fai?”.
Discover the collaborative concert “Singing Bach”, at the Paris Philharmonie and our outreach programs connected with kids and amateur choristers.