European Studies Association: July 2020 Activities
Below is the list of activities planned for ESA 2020 Summer Program in Paris. Please indicate if you plan on participating in these activities. Unless stated otherwise, all of these activities are included in your ESA Program Fee! Note that there is NO refund or discount if you decide not to participate.
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Many times ticket prices are based upon your age. In July 2020, will you be
17 or under
18 to 26 years old
27-59 years old
Over 60 years old
Cultural performance: choose one
ESA has a limited block of seating for each performance. Orders filled on a first come, first served basis. We reserve the right to give you another choice if all tickets for a performance are taken. If there are additional tickets available, we'll make them available to you (sign up below).
Mozart's "Cosi Fan' Tutti" (Opera Garnier)
One of Mozart's more controversial works, this opera begins with Ferrando and Guglielmo, two young officers discussing the fidelity of their fiancées (the sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella). The cynical Don Alfonso, overhearing the conversation, places a wager that the two women are not as faithful as they seem. The officer accept the bet then plot to show that their sweethearts will not stray. They pretend to go off to war, then come back disguised as Albanian soldiers. In this modern production, the director uses music and dance to show the complexities of their emotions.
Ballet: Cendrillon (Cinderella) at the Théâtre de Châtelet
The Dutch National Ballet comes to Paris with its acclaimed production of Cendrillon. The choreography of Christopher Wheeldon has received numerous accolades and prizes. "In this ballet, faithful to Grimm’s vision, both dark and poetic, Cinderella is not necessarily a submissive victim, she carries her burden with her head high and with pride. And her half-sisters are not just stupid and mean. The choreographer does not forget the enchantment, essential to all stories, especially through his colorful costumes, his humor, the ball scene, the coach …" (from the Théâtre du Chatelet website). The performance will take place at the recently renovated Théâtre du Chatelet, a beautiful 19th century venue, the "third" Paris opera house.
Please mark whether you prefer to attend the opera or the ballet for your cultural performance ticket. (It's included in the program fee.)
Can't decide? If we have enough opera tickets available, you can participate in both events.
Check here if you want to attend BOTH the Opera & the Ballet ($100 extra)
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