The oldest opera festival in France, Chorégie d’Orange, will reduce by 20% the price of tickets for operas scheduled in 2017. General manager Jean-Louis Grinda wants to attract more people, in oder to better fill the gigantic ancient theater of 8,000 seats. The price reduction will not affect around thousand prestige seats which will be equipped with cushions.

In 2017, the Chorégies will feature two Verdi operas, Rigoletto and Aida, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Radio France Philharmonic and Myung Whun Chung and a concert film, The Phantom of the Opera with Jean-François Zygel.

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