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Lyrical New Year at the Jacquemart-André Museum

On December 31, celebrate New Year's Eve around the great arias of opera and Viennese operetta, close to the artists. Experience unprecedented emotions with the artists and share with them an exceptional cocktail party accompanied by caviar and Champagne Henriot! Discover the prestigious salons of one of the most beautiful private mansions in Paris and take advantage of this exclusive moment for a private visit of the spaces inhabited in the 19th century with their furniture and their master paintings.
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General Informations

  • Time : 8:30 pm
  • Dress Code : Evening dress (long dress and dark suit or smoking)

On the program
Great scenes from Puccini's La Bohème and Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffmann, festive arias from the famous Viennese operettas by Strauss and Lehár and many surprises...

Your evening :

- 8:30 pm Welcome with Henriot champagne and caviar
- 9:15 pm First part of the recital
- 22h00 Cocktail reception
- 22:45 Second part of the recital
- 22:45 Second part of the recital
- 23h30 Tasting of mignardises
- 00h00 " Brindisi " with the artists
- 01:00 End of the evening

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An exceptional caterer : Dalloyau Réception

The cocktail reception that will be served to you has been specially designed for this evening by DALLOYAU, for whom quality is a fundamental principle, engraved in the marble since 1682.
It has been elaborated by favoring suppliers who perfectly master their French origin network.

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Champagne Henriot

A family-owned and independent company since 1808, the Henriot family continues to pay homage to Apolline by perpetuating her vision of the vine and wine.
You will taste the Henriot Millésime 2012 and Blanc de Blancs champagnes. Each Henriot champagne is a unique creation whose aromatic expression is very particular.

The Jacquemart-André Museum

Built at the end of the 19th century by Edouard André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, a couple of great collectors, this private mansion has kept all the atmosphere of a grand residence, which makes it a unique place in Paris.
Take advantage of this exclusive moment for a private visit of the spaces inhabited in the 19th century with their furniture and their master paintings.

Talented artists:

Aurélie Loilier - Soprano

A trained pianist, the soprano Aurélie Loilier has a vast repertoire with a predilection for Mozart's heroines. A moving Traviata by Verdi, she has recorded unpublished pieces by the composer Augusta Holmès.

Matthieu Justine - Tenor

Young tenor with a very promising career, Matthieu Justine has just sung Alfredo (Traviata, Verdi) with great success at the Opéra de Reims after having been the Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore during the Chorégies d'Orange tour.

Benoît Gadel - Baritone

With his long voice, Benoît Gadel begins his career with the roles of bass before turning to the baritone repertoire with ease. Mozart, Puccini, Bizet but also Verdi and baroque composers are his daily life.

Phillip Richardson - Piano

A multi-talented artist capable of transcribing or coaching, pianist and accompanist Philip Richardson is a familiar face at the Opéra National de Paris and the Opera Ballet Vlaanderen in Antwerp, where he is regularly in demand.


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