Enjoy our streamings of the following productions, to be watched and rewatched free of charge. The audiovisual programme of La Monnaie is supported by our generous patrons and Proximus.
Waltzing in neoclassical style, with sublime vocal lyricism and a refined orchestral palette, this work looks back through Mozart’s nostalgia-filled lens at time past, faded beauty, lost loves.
The delusions of card games, a consuming passion and the menace of fate are among the elements that Tchaikovsky uses to depict poetic moments that contrast with extravagant scenes set in high society.
In a huge apartment in a twilight atmosphere, an old man, rich and powerful yet in a weakened physical state, is getting ready to hand over the responsibility for his businesses.
An old man carves a small human doll out of a piece of wood and calls it Pinocchio. A miracle takes place: the doll comes to life. Pinocchio's life is no bed of roses, but fortunately, despite his lies, a good fairy constantly protects him.
Alain Altinoglu kicks off this year of celebrations for the La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra.