Opéra de Dijon Launches Streaming Platform

By Francisco Salazar

The Opéra de Dijon is launching a streaming platform showcasing operas every Saturday. 

It all starts with Verdi’s “Simon Boccanegra” on April 4 followed by Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo” April 11.

On April 18 “El Prometeo” by d’Antonio Draghi will be streamed.

On April 25 Sacrati’s “La Finta Pazza” will be shown and on May 2 “Les Boréadesde by Rameau will broadcast.

It all ends on May 9 with “Les Châtiments” by Brice Pauset.

The operas will be streamed at 8 p.m. French time and will be available on the company’s website for 24 hours. Click here to watch the streams.

The platform will also showcase Beethoven Symphonies every Tuesday and Thursday.

Opéra de Dijon is the latest company to announce streaming following the Polish National Opera, Finnish National Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, and Wiener Staatsoper.