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4K UHD video tour of the Palais Garnier or Opéra Garnier opera house in Paris, France. It was built for the Paris Opera from 1861 to 1875 at the behest of Emperor Napoleon III. It was the primary theatre of the Paris Opera and its associated Paris Opera Ballet until 1989. The company now uses the Palais Garnier mainly for ballet. The theatre has been a monument historique of France since 1923. The Palais Garnier has been called "probably the most famous opera house in the world and a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica. Enjoy this detailed tour inside the Paris Opéra and thank you for watching! Equipment used: Nikon D850 & Nikon 16-35mm lens. Opera Garnier 4K | Inside Paris Opéra is directed by: 🤍alessio_viviani_photography Instagram: ► 🤍 Website: ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 0:00 Rotonde des Abonnés 0:24 Grand Escalier 3:00 Salle - Scène 4:21 Grand Foyer 5:14 Salon du Glacier - Soleil 5:59 Library 6:11 Loggia 6:49 Grand Vestibule 7:06 Outside view - Watch More 4K and 8K video: Registan 8K: 🤍 Uzbekistan 4K: 🤍 Istanbul 8K: 🤍 Sirmione 8K: 🤍 Costa Rica 8K: 🤍 Milan 8K: 🤍 Verona 8K: 🤍 Venice 8K: 🤍 " Opera Garnier 4K | Inside Paris Opéra " is subject to copyright owned by Alessio Viviani. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video is expressly prohibited, unless Alessio Viviani has explicitly granted its prior written consent. All other rights reserved. Copyright © 2020 Alessio Viviani. All Rights Reserved. #operanationaldeparis #operagarnierparis #operagarnier #palaisgarnier #parisoperahouse #alessioviviani
As iconic to Paris as Sacré-Cœur and the Eiffel Tower, Tara takes off searching for the Opera Ghost at the Palais Garnier, the famous home of one of Paris’s most infamous characters. Based on real life tragedy in 1896, when the chandelier crash claimed the life of one innocent soul, does the Phantom make use of box number five when the curtain rises? Take Off With Tara to explore the Paris Opera House! Take Off With Tara “PoAm” Szczepanski and discover where to go, where to stay, what to eat, and how to just take off and enjoy the world! Follow 🤍TakeOffWithTara Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍 TikTok 🤍 Pinterest 🤍 Website: 🤍
The Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera. It was called the Salle des Capucines, because of its location on the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, but soon became known as the Palais Garnier, in recognition of its opulence and its architect, Charles Garnier. The theatre is also often referred to as the Opéra Garnier. About this sound and historically was known as the Opéra de Paris or simply the Opéra, as it was the primary home of the Paris Opera and its associated Paris Opera Ballet until 1989, when the Opéra Bastille opened at the Place de la Bastille. The Paris Opera now uses the Palais Garnier mainly for ballet. The Palais Garnier has been called "probably the most famous opera house in the world, a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica." This is at least partly due to its use as the setting for Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera and, especially, the novel's subsequent adaptations in films and the popular 1986 musical. Another contributing factor is that among the buildings constructed in Paris during the Second Empire, besides being the most expensive, it has been described as the only one that is "unquestionably a masterpiece of the first rank." This opinion is far from unanimous however: the 20th-century French architect Le Corbusier once described it as "a lying art" and contended that the "Garnier movement is a décor of the grave". The Palais Garnier also houses the Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra de Paris (Paris Opera Library-Museum), although the Library-Museum is no longer managed by the Opera and is part of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. The museum is included in unaccompanied tours of the Palais Garnier.
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Walking tour of Palais Garnier Opera House🏛️, Place de la Concorde, beautiful night views from Pont Alexandre III😍 Paris!💕 00:00 Intro 00:22 Place de l'Opéra 00:44 Palais Garnier(Opera house) 18:17 Rue Auber 19:35 Rue Boudreau 20:04 Sq. de l'Opéra-Louis Jouvet 22:19 Place Edouard VII 25:03 Bd des Capucines 27 :18 Rue Cambon 28:33 Ritz Paris 31:40 Rue St Honoré & Rue Cambon 32:27 Église Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption 34:19 Pierre Herme 37:01 Rue de Rivoli 38: 43 Place de la Concorde 43:27 Av. des Champs-Élysées 45:49 Allée du Commandant Massoud 47:59 Tulipes de Jeff Koons 49:38 Cr la Reine 50:21 Petit Palais 51:29 Grand Palais 52:04 Pont Alexandre III Filmed on: Apr. 20, 2022 (Wed. 3:42pm) Temperature: 70°F 20°C Route on Google maps: 🤍 Music: 🎵Moonlight (feat. Marle Thomson) Song by Anthony Lazaro For supporting my channel: 😍☕🧆💖 🤍 🤍 #paris #operagarnier #pontalexandreIII Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Facebook : 🤍
The Paris Opera House is beautifully ornate building with a rich artistic history. This tour shows off the Parisian landmark that was the inspiration for the 1911 novel "Phantom of the Opera" and the Andrew Lloyd Webber stage and movie productions of "Phantom."
What are the curious connections between Paris’ top landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, the Paris Opera House & Sacré-Cœur? Here’s a hint: While each is in a completely different architectural style, they all influenced each other in a very interesting way. Let’s just say there was some rivalry going between the designers…along with some creative 19th century ‘trash talk’. Watch, learn & enjoy! Curious Traveler is an educational, inspirational, immersive trip around the world, and a 3-time National Daytime Emmy Nominee. Come along as we get curious about the world's great histories and mysteries, art & architecture, people & places, and how-did-they-do-thats? Curious Traveler airs across the US on PBS, Create-TV, and public television stations. Curious Traveler also airs around the world via American Public Television Worldwide, and on select airlines and cruise lines, including: American Airlines, AirCanada, Singapore Air, Saudi Air and Oceania Cruises. Watch full episodes on PBS & Amazon: 🤍 🤍 Follow us & Get Curious! 🤍 🤍 🤍
Hal Prince visits Paris and Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about the Phantom as a rock opera. From 'The Phantom of the Opera: Behind the Mask'.
🤍 You don't have to be an opera buff to appreciate the grandeur of the Opera Garnier or Palais Garnier, a Paris Opera House fit for an emperor. "Into the auditorium we go. There's the Chagall ceiling. Let's come down from the great chandelier (zooms out). Looking at the Chagall ceiling - very impressive, isn't it? Let's move down, via the auditorium and the proscenium arch. The curtain is down, I'll sweep across to show you how beautiful it all is. Impressive curtains, it actually looks better on the film than it does in real life because it's painted. The ceiling intrigues me. Here's a shot from the back of the auditorium, and we were sitting there in the front. So having come upstairs we're entering the vestibule (look at those bats, I've never noticed them before) and going into the main hall, looking to see whether we can avoid knocking against anyone. Oh, exquisite. And as you can see, or hear, there are quite a few people. OK, I'm going to walk down this main hall - sorry about the bumps, but I'll try to make it as even as possible - just showing you the magnificent scenes and decorations. Nothing like it, is there? You know, the acoustics may not be as good as in the new Bastille, but hey, look at the decorations in this one. It's got to be my favourite opera house in the world, and I live in Sydney! OK, I've reached the end. To the right, by the way, that's onto the balcony overlooking the square in front of the opera house. And this is where we've just come from. I'd just like to stand in the middle and give you a rollover pan of the paintings and the ceiling. You can hear the people walking past on either side. Now, that's what I call a ceiling of an opera house! Well, at first I thought these masks in the corners were the laughing/crying masks of normal theatrical decoration, but they're not, they're all yelling and looking rather unhappy. Now I've walked round all four corners and I can assure you that they're all looking extremely unhappy. You can check out this other one over here. He doesn't look too pleaased either, does he?! Well, there's more naked flesh, under oil, in this place, than in the Folies Bergere. Anyway, they all seem to be having a gay old time of it... While I'm at it, I'll just dash out quickly onto the main square, onto the balcony overlooking the main square. There you are, bit of a rubbish day, but...that's the view. Oooh, it's cold, let's get back inside! Well, here we are in the second lobby, on the way out of the hall. The centrepiece seems to be of lizards or long-necked dragons, or something...no doubt somebody will write in and tell us. Well, as you come out of the lobby, you get this quite magnificent gallery that runs round three sides of the main staircase. Check out this ceiling. All mosaic. Actually, I've seen this ceiling, mosaic ceiling, rather ignored before, and, looking at it, I've been guilty of that. It's really worth closer examination, let's look at one of the panels. It's really very well done. There's that mask again, can't mistake it. Here's a shot from the balcony. I'm on one of the balconies that jut out over the main staircases. You get some idea of the scale there with people walking down. Let's be honest, even with plenty of tourists here, it's an amazingly glamorous place, either for going to the opera, but certainly for being seen. Here we are, down, a long walk down there. Let's go and do it! OK, ladies and gentlemen, let's descend the staircase of the Palais Garnier, avoiding people posing, stopping at the staircase to pose so that Helen can take a photograph of me, and then walking down. I wouldn't like to do this in hard leather shoes or high heels. And here's another horde of people coming along, but we'll continue. You've got to say, it's impressive. We're being shepherded out of a side door, but I'll just turn round here, and show you where we've come from. And as Helen descends, we say "Goodbye" from the Palais Garnier." Get more details about the Palais Garnier in our post:🤍 Opéra Garnier - A Grand Paris Opera House If you like our video, why not subscribe to our Travelsignposts YouTube channel? If you like them, why not subscribe to our Travelsignposts YouTube channel? Just click on this link: 🤍
Watch this fairytale bridal entrance from Mounif and Lara khaddam's wedding at Opera garnier de Paris. Bride wore an amazing Zuhair murad gown .
Opéra Garnier - Paris, France. The Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera. It was originally called the Salle des Capucines, because of its location on the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, but soon became known as the Palais Garnier, in recognition of its opulence and its architect, Charles Garnier. The theatre is also often referred to as the Opéra Garnier and historically was known as the Opéra de Paris or simply the Opéra, as it was the primary home of the Paris Opera and its associated Paris Opera Ballet until 1989, when the Opéra Bastille opened at the Place de la Bastille. The Paris Opera now mainly uses the Palais Garnier for ballet. The Palais Garnier is "probably the most famous opera house in the world, a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica." This is at least partly due to its use as the setting for Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera and, especially, the novel's subsequent adaptations in films and Andrew Lloyd Webber's popular 1986 musical. Another contributing factor is that among the buildings constructed in Paris during the Second Empire, besides being the most expensive, it has been described as the only one that is "unquestionably a masterpiece of the first rank." This opinion is far from unanimous however: the 20th-century French architect Le Corbusier once described it as "a lying art" and contended that the "Garnier movement is a décor of the grave". The Palais Garnier also houses the Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra de Paris (Paris Opera Library-Museum). Although the Library-Museum is no longer managed by the Opera and is part of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, the museum is included in unaccompanied tours of the Palais Garnier. L’Opéra Garnier, ou Palais Garnier, est un des édifices structurants du 9e arrondissement de Paris et du paysage de la capitale française. Il est situé place de l’Opéra, à l'extrémité nord de l'avenue de l'Opéra et au carrefour de nombreuses voies. L'édifice s'impose comme un monument particulièrement représentatif de l'architecture éclectique et du style historiciste de la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle. Sur une conception de l’architecte Charles Garnier retenue à la suite d’un concours, sa construction, décidée par Napoléon III dans le cadre des transformations de Paris menées par le préfet Haussmann et interrompue par la guerre de 1870, fut reprise au début de la Troisième République, après la destruction par incendie de l’opéra Le Peletier en 1873. L’inauguration eut lieu le 5 janvier 1875. Cet opéra a longtemps été appelé « Opéra de Paris », mais depuis l'ouverture de l'Opéra Bastille en 1989, on le désigne par le seul nom de son architecte : « opéra Garnier » ou « palais Garnier ». Les deux opéras sont aujourd'hui regroupés au sein de l'établissement public à caractère industriel et commercial « Opéra national de Paris ». L'Opéra Garnier fait l’objet d’un classement au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 16 octobre 1923. ⬇️🔻SUBSCRIBE!!🔻⬇️ 🤍 🙌🏻 🎬Directed by : Jean-Luc Ichard 👨🏼💻Official website: 🤍 👋🏻Facebook: 🤍 📸Instagram : 🤍 🕊Twitter : 🤍 🎵Music by Jean-Philippe Ichard - Album “Paris in Love” ➝ Check out his Youtube - 🤍 Buy/Listen “Paris in Love” here: ▸ iTunes - 🤍 ▸ Spotify - 🤍 ▸ Amazon - 🤍 ▸ Google Play - 🤍 Connect with Jean-Philippe Ichard: ➝ Official website - 🤍 ▸ Facebook - 🤍 ▸ iTunes - 🤍 ▸ Spotify - 🤍 ▸ Twitter - 🤍
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Hal Prince visits Paris and Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about the Phantom as a rock opera. From 'The Phantom of the Opera: Behind the Mask'. Presenting The Phantom of the Opera, the smash hit musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber! Experience the power of the phantom with your nearest performance: 🤍 Discover more about the Phantom of the Opera: 🤍 Follow the Phantom everywhere: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist. The musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles, and there have been dozens of productions worldwide since then. Now in its 30th record-breaking year, The Phantom of the Opera continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, after more than 11,000 performances. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerizing score along with jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life each night.
The thrilling tale of the construction of the Palais Garnier, a total work of art built over fifteen tumultuous years by the brilliant architect Charles Garnier. Buy online: 🤍 The myths surrounding the Phantom of the Opera still contribute to the renown of the Palais Garnier today – but when the tales are set aside, this exceptional building still houses many secrets. Commissioned by Napoleon III, the Palais Garnier is the symbol par excellence of the Second Empire, a building set apart by its technical and artistic ambition. But first and foremost, it is the product of fifteen years of construction on a massive scale, and the fruit of the obsessive drive of the then-unknown but visionary young architect Charles Garnier. Through previously unpublished archives, unobstructed views, historical reconstructions and accounts by historians, discover the origins and construction process of the extraordinary theatre which hosted the most celebrated artists from Maria Callas to Rudolf Noureyev. A film by Patrick Cabouat co-written with Stéphane Landowski With Damien Roussineau as Charles Garnier and the participation of Mathias Auclair, Bertrand Lemoine, Xavier Mauduit, Isabelle Morin Loutrel, Paul Perrin, Timothée Picard, Alice Thomine-Berrada
Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera. The style is considered a Beaux Art style with Neo-Baroque and Neo-Classical decorative elements. #Paris — Auditorium — This ceiling you see today was painted by Mar Chagall in 1964. It was installed on a removable frame over the original painted by Jules Eugène Lenepveu. This horseshoe shaped auditorium was partly made famous by the 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera. In 1896 the chandelier broke free and killed an audience member. This incident inspired one of the most famous scenes in “The Phantom of the Opera" — Grand Staircase — This ceremonial staircase was the place ‘to see and be seen’. — Grand Foyer — This hall is 18 meters high and acted as a drawing room for Paris society. Music Credits Author: The Passion HiFi Title: My Own Revolution Copyright: Evil Twin Records (UK) Link: 🤍 License: Creative Commons 3.0
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Palais Garnier [Paris Opera House] | Two Weeks in Paris (Day Eleven) MG Art T-Shirts now available on Amazon: 🤍 Visit my online art gallery: 🤍 #palaisgarnier #twoweeksinparis In August/September of 2016 I spent two weeks in Paris France. I invite you to come along with me as I visit the most amazing places in Paris such as the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Tuileries Garden, Versailles, Montmartre, Sacre-Coeur, Galeries Lafayette, and much more. Two Weeks in Paris, Day Eleven was filmed on September 9, 2016. Today I visit Palais Garnier Paris Opera House and relax in Tuileries Garden. T-SHIRTS : I’m excited to announce that my art is now available on T-Shirts which you can purchase on Amazon. Click Here : 🤍 PAINTINGS: You can find my canvas art for sale at : 🤍 Camara: Canon 80D with 18-135mm lens: 🤍 Who is Mihaela Gimlin? I am an artist. Since I was a child I was fascinated with shapes and colors. I started drawing and painting a very young age and never stopped. I received my bachelor's degree in Art from the University of Bucharest. I truly believe that art makes the world a better place. My youtube channel is my outlet to add a little more value to the world thru my art. DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Sotheby's has joined forces with AROP, the Association pour le Rayonnement de l'Opéra de Paris, to support the Paris Opera by organizing an auction that will enable the institution to raise funds for projects organized around its four core values: Creation, Openness, Preservation and Transmission. Camille Bon, Opera dancer, takes through inside the Opera house to finally reveal the Works and collectibles from all eras and styles, all generously donated by artists, collectors, and gallery owners for this exceptional event. After an exhibition in the salons of Sotheby's, an online sale will be organized from January 23 to 31, 2023 and an indoor sale on January 30, 2023 under the hammer of Pierre Mothes, vice president of Sotheby's France, during a dinner in the Grand Foyer of the Palais Garnier. According to Mario Tavella, Chairman of Sotheby's France and Chairman of Sotheby's Europe, "The Paris Opera plays a major role in contemporary creation in France and internationally. We are honored to be able to convey the values of the Paris Opera's commitment through this unique sale. This unprecedented sale will contribute first and foremost to first and foremost to support creation at the creation at the Opera, as it constitutes the heart of the institution's activity. It allows us to mobilize and enrich our artistic and technical know-how. It is central to the training of artists and to the transmission of knowledge. The Paris Opera has been a living center of creation for over 350 years. But creating is also, more than ever, a necessity in order to reach out to all audiences, by proposing works of our time, which echo the questions that animate our societies and the diversity of individuals that make them up. Creating allows us to speak to new generations and to those who are far from opera and dance. Thanks to the results of this sale, the Opera is committed to continuing and developing its actions in favor of access for all to its shows: youth previews for new shows (approximately 25,000 seats per year), youth subscriptions, My First Time at the Opera evenings, family subscriptions, the 10 Months of School and Opera educational program developed in the Ile-de-France region and which may continue to be extended to the regions.
I took a guided tour of the Paris Opera House and filmed this video featuring the most stunning rooms of the Opera House. I definitely recommend that you take a tour and see this building in person. It is just beautiful. For more information you can visit Le Palais Garnier site: 🤍
The Palais Garnier (French), Garnier Palace or Opéra Garnier (French), is a 1,979 seat opera house at the Place de l'Opéra in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France. It was built for the Paris Opera from 1861 to 1875 at the behest of Emperor Napoleon III. Soundtrack : 🤍
Charles Garnier, The Paris Opera, 1860-75. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.
UPDATED: WATCH HERE IN HD 🤍 The Palais Garnier, also known as the Opéra de Paris or Opéra Garnier, was constructed by Charles Garnier from 1861 to 1874 and is regarded as one of the architectural masterpieces of its time. The building (and the real life tragedy of the chandelier falling in 1896 and killing one person) was the inspiration for the 1910 Gaston Leroux novel "The Phantom of the Opera." The entire building underwent a massive restoration from 1994 to 2006. This video was produced in 2008.
From my trip to Paris, July 2008
A tour around the spectacular Opera House of Paris. This Magnificent theatre has hosted famous legends like Mozart and Beethoven.
Paris Opera House with Euro - Famous for the Phantom of the Opera
Alvanon has partnered with the Paris Opera House this year to bring you a touch of seasonal Nutcracker magic. We hope you have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends and that you enjoy our festive video card below!
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Step inside and prepare to be awestruck by the ornate columns, multitiered chandeliers, a painted ceiling of this architectural masterpiece. Opéra National de Paris inspired the setting for the famous musical, 'Phantom of the Opera.
Paris Opera House Interior at USITT
It was closed on Sunday, but there was a band playing outside.
Inside the beautiful and spectacular Palais Garnier Paris Opera House.
Wondering evening at the Paris Opera performance of Rameau's Platee.