Tre Lyrique

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Adolphe Deloffre - Premieres Conducted By Deloffre
... Le muletier de Tolède, 16 December 1854, Théâtre-Lyrique Les dragons de Villars, 19 September 1856, Théâtre-Lyrique (and 100th at Opéra-Comique on 17 May 1874) Le médecin ... Roméo et Juliette, 27 April 1867, Théâtre-Lyrique (also Opéra-Comique premiere in January 1873) La jolie fille de Perth, 26 December 1867, Théâtre-Lyrique Djamileh ...
Hector Berlioz - Life and Career - Mid-life - Les Troyens
... As for Les Troyens, in 1860 the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris had agreed to stage it, only to reject it the following year ... by the new director of the recently re-built Théâtre-Lyrique ... difficulties when performed in a truncated form at the Théâtre-Lyrique ...
Théâtre Lyrique - On The Place Du Châtelet - 1868–1870: Jules Pasdeloup
1868 Jules Pasdeloup had been selected and confirmed as the new director of the Théâtre Lyrique ... Martha, Rossini's Le barbier de Seville, Paer's 2-act opéra comique Le maître de chapelle, and Grisar's 1-act opéra comique Les bégaiements d'amour ... had too little time available for running the Théâtre Lyrique ...
Théâtre Lyrique
... The Théâtre Lyrique was one of four opera companies performing in Paris during the middle of the 19th century (the other three being the Opéra, the Opéra-Comique, and the ... was founded in 1847 as the Opéra-National by the French composer Adolphe Adam and renamed Théâtre Lyrique in 1852 ... in succession, the Cirque Olympique, the Théâtre Historique, the Salle du Théâtre-Lyrique (now the Théâtre de la Ville), and the Salle de l'Athénée, until it ceased operations in 1872 ...
Théâtre De La Ville - Early History - Théâtre Lyrique
... which until the fall of Napoleon III in 1870 was officially known at the Théâtre Lyrique Impérial, was designed by the architect Gabriel Davioud for Baron Haussmann between 1860 ... company's earlier theatre, the Théâtre Historique on the Boulevard du Temple, where it had performed since 1851, was slated for demolition as part of Haussmann's renovation of ... The Théâtre Lyrique on the Place du Chaâtelet was nearly completely destroyed by fire on 21 May 1871 during the recapturing of Paris by the forces of the Adolphe Thiers at the end of Paris Commune ...