Thursday, 23rd May 2024

Music show: Sex, religion, death and decadence in Opera ‘Salomé’

By France24
15 May 2024   |   8:36 am
From the Royal Opera House to the Metropolitan Opera and La Scala. Lise Davidsen is now taking on one of the most iconic female leads in the eponymous theatre play “Salomé”, which tells a tale of sex, religion, death and decadence, at Paris’s Bastille Opera house.


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