«Nella mia fantasia, esiste una vita nel Paese dell’eterna Primavera che sta volgendo al termine, una pastorale lussureggiante di sole e del ronzio delle api»,  così diceva Frederick Ashton. Un balletto bellissimo, che vede in scena le Étoiles, i Primi Ballerini,  il Corpo di ballo e l’Orchestra dell’Opéra National de Paris.

October 21 at 8 p.m., the place to be in Paris is the Opéra Garnier! I’m there with my fiancée Caroline to see Rain, the work by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, a major figure on the international choreographic scene. Sitting in the 15th row of the orchestra, Caroline is ultra elegant in her dress designed by Lagerfield for Chanel. All Paris is here. It’s just not possible to miss an opening night at the Opera, especially as it’s so difficult to be one of the happy few to receive an invitation. And, the evening will end with a platter of Oléron oysters at the Bar à Huîtres Garnier.

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