This marked the opening concert of the international art programme series “Musical Seasons” of 2024 to 2025, with the aim of bringing music closer to the public in the capital through famous international artists.

The highlight of the concert is the unique performance style of conductor Stefan Plewniak, who led the orchestra as they weaved a natural picture of the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter.

Spectators were also hugely impressed by the amazing contra tenor voice of French solist Théo Imart. 

Artists from the Orchestra will continue to perform the Four Season Concert at the theatre on April 22.

The Musical Season programme will also bring to the stage “The Mozart Concert” performed by the Les Musiciens du Louvre orchestra in August and “The Seasons” ballet by artists from the Malandain Ballet Biarritz and the Royal Opera of Versailles in September.

These events will continue in November with “The Vienna Concert” performed by the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and will then be rounded off with the performance of French composer Georges Bizet’s iconic opera “Carmen” by the Royal Opera of Versailles orchestra in March, 2025.