Posts Tagged ‘Stephane Lissner’

Future Changes at the Paris Opera

Thursday, September 13th, 2018

By: Frank Cadenhead September 13, 2018. The French website ForumOpéra.com posted a 58 word note on Tuesday which announced something which has not appeared in the major press. It reported that the Minister of Culture, Françoise Nyssen, has already told Stéphane Lissner that his current term as director of the Opéra national de Paris would […]

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A Healthy Paris Opera

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

By: Frank Cadenhead The numbers for the Opéra national de Paris’ 2015-2016 season, recently released, gives a positive impression despite the effects of the murderous series of terrorist attacks on the 13th of November of last year. Attendance has remained steady and private donations are up. The attack on the Bataclan Theater, which lasted over […]

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Those Incredible Shrinking Budgets!

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

By: Frank Cadenhead Since 2008, the world economies have been flat. Governments have managed to maintain the appearance of “business as usual” but world-wide graphs of economic activity have been just plugging along without any noticeable uptick. What this means is that every town, region and country in the Western world have been struggling to […]

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