Blog/News from the Festival
edition of Saturday, December 16
  • Vincent Beaume


    Next July, the Festival d’Aix will be presenting Orfeo & Majnun, an international project consisting of a participatory urban walkabout followed by a free open-air opera, in a co-production with seven European partners. In preparation for the event [...]

  • Erismena de Francesco Cavalli mise en scène de Jean Bellorini
    Pascal Victor / ArtComPress

    The 2017 HSBC Laureates are...

    Selected among the most promising artists of the Académie du Festival d’Aix, six new young talents have now been named 2017 HSBC Laureates. They are under 30, French, Italians, Latvians, Polish, the 2017 HSBC Laureates are: Catherine Trottmann (mezzo-soprano), Paul-Antoine Benos-Djian ( [...]

  • Théâtre de l'Archevêché - Festival d'Aix-en-Provence
    © Jean-Claude Carbonne

    OperaVision, the new online destination for Opera!

    Live broadcasts, full length opera streamings, selections of the most beautiful opera arias, animated films and interactive cartoons on opera and its rich repertoire of four centuries, documentaries, interviews, reports, OperaVision is the new streaming platform bringing you [...]

  • Carmen de Georges Bizet mis en scène par Dmitri Tcherniakov - Festival d'Aix-en-Provence 2017
    Clément Vial

    Dmitry Tcherniakov was elected "Director of the Year" by Opernwelt for Carmen

    The German magazine unveiled last Friday the list of winners of its awards rewarding the personalities who marked the lyrical scene this year. The members of the jury, composed of fifty independent European and American music critics, awarded Dmitri [...]

  • La Flûte enchantée
    Pascal Victor - ArtComArt

    Programme of the 2018 Festival d'Aix: a year of celebrations

    In 2018 the Festival d'Aix will celebrate its 70th anniversary, the 20th anniversary of the Académie and the 10th anniversary of Passerelles (the Festival's educative and community activities). Discover the opera titles of this anniversary programme!