Three evenings of opera at La Scala
From 27 June to 29 June 2024

From €1,605 per person

Milan is an exceptional destination. Whether it’s history, fashion, design or gastronomy, the Lombard city leaves nothing to be desired. Its heritage spans almost two millennia: from the Roman columns of the Basilica of San Lorenzo, to the medieval wonders of the Duomo and Castello Sforzesco, to the Renaissance splendours of the Pinacoteca di Brera, to the collection of twentieth-century art of the Museo del Novecento or the avant-garde district of Porta Garibaldi. At the height of summer, we offer you a lyrical and abundant stay.


Three evenings of opera at La Scala like so many gateways into prodigious universes. First of all, a Werther by Massenet, a masterpiece of French romantic opera served here by the best French actors (Benjamin Bernheim, Jean-Sébastien Bou, Alain Altinoglu); then, Puccini’s famous Turandot to celebrate the centenary of the composer’s death. A program of magnificent diversity, and finally, La Fugue offers you the opportunity to attend Purcell’s baroque Fairy Queen, led with all the ardour of the youth of Les Arts Florissants!

Milan is an exceptional destination!
The program
Werther, by J. Massenet
June 27, 2024
Turandot, by G. Puccini
June 28, 2024
Optionnal : Concert Les Arts Florissants
June 30, 2024
Thursday 27 of june - Milan

At 8 p.m., at the Teatro alla Scala:


WERTHER, by J. Massenet


Orchestra and chorus of the Teatro alla Scala

Alain Altinoglu: Musical direction

Christof Loy: Director


Benjamin Bernheim: Werther

Jean-Sébastien Bou: Albert

Armando Noguera: The Bailiff

Rodolphe Briand: Schmidt

Victoria Karkacheva: Charlotte


In recent years, we have not witnessed a rediscovery of Massenet’s operas (because Werther never left the stage) but a real reappreciation of the French composer’s music. Among Massenet’s gems is undoubtedly this Werther adapted from Goethe’s novel. However, there had not been a performance of the opera at La Scala since 1980 with the pair Georges Prêtre in the pit and Alfredo Kraus in the title role.


For his great return to the Scaligere stage, we find equally admirable performers, since conductor Alain Altinoglu (current musical director at La Monnaie in Brussels) and tenor Benjamin Bernheim team up for an exceptional evening. With his sunny voice, the Franco-Swiss tenor has shown that he belongs to the greatest singers in the history of French opera. Equally brilliant, Jean-Sébastien Bou‘s Albert and Victoria Karkacheva‘s Charlotte are moving partners. Hailed in Paris, London and Salzburg, director Christof Loy has created shows of great intelligence.

Friday 28 of june - Milan

À 20h, au Teatro alla Scala :


TURANDOT, by G. Puccini


Orchestra and chorus of the Teatro alla Scala

Daniel Harding: Conductor

David Livermore: Director

Anna Netrebko: Princess Turandot

Raúl Giménez: Emperor Altoum

Vitalij Kowaljow: Timur

Yusif Eyvazov: The Unknown Prince

Rosa Feola: Liù


In 2024, we celebrate the centenary of Puccini’s death. For opera lovers, this date is all the more moving as the Italian composer was unable to complete the last scene of his opera Turandot before he died. Although the work was premiered in 1926 at La Scala, what a pleasure it was to find a new production of this masterpiece with its lush orchestration and sumptuous arias! Turandot will be performed here with the final scene recomposed by Franco Alfano.


Recently appointed conductor of the Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra, British conductor Daniel Harding will be keen to show his links with the music of his new adopted country. In the past, Davide Livermore (a regular guest on La Scala) has shown how much he knows how to combine visual splendour and theatrical precision on the Scaligerian stage. In the title roles, Anna Netrebko as the Empress and Yusif Eyvazov show the same understanding and musicality on stage as in the city. Rosa Feola’s Liù completes a flawless cast.

Sunday 30 of june (optional) - Milan

At 8 p.m., at the Teatro alla Scala:




William Christie: Conductor

Mourad Merzouki : Director


This new production of Purcell’s masterpiece The Fairy Queen is all about youth and dance. Inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the opera draws from Shakespeare’s comedy the material for a fairytale fable, which more than 300 years after its creation never ceases to amaze. First performed in London in 1692, just three years before Purcell’s untimely death at the age of 35, The Fairy Queen features some of the most beautiful arias ever composed by the British composer, such as the poignant “O let me weep”.


Led by its legendary founder William Christie, the baroque ensemble Les Arts Florissants presents a show directed by choreographer Mourad Merzouki. The same youth and brilliance can be found in the cast, which includes eight solo voices, members of the Jardin des Voix, the prestigious academy for young singers of Les Arts Florissants.

Hotel selection

Opposite the Carré de la Mode and close to La Scala, here is the hotel of the heart of Verdi, Maria Callas, Nureyev, Visconti, d’Annunzio… All the elegance and know-how of the great Italian hotel institutions.


As close as possible to La Scala and the Duomo, the Spadari al Duomo cultivates, with its sculptures, frescoes and paintings, a resolutely contemporary Milanese style. A warm and stylish hotel.


Stay from 27 to 29 June 2024


Hotel Spadari al Duomo (****):

Superior room, courtyard view package: € 1,605

Superior room, courtyard view package, single use: € 2,043


Grand Hotel et de Milan (*****) :

Deluxe room package: € 2,435

Deluxe room package, single use: € 3,539


The price of this trip includes: accommodation in a double room with breakfast for 2 nights from June 27 to June 29 • tourist tax • first-category tickets for shows • repatriation assistance


The price of this trip does not include: extras • transport • airport transfers.




Optional extension of stay from June 29 to July 1, 2024


Hotel Spadari al Duomo (****) :

Superior room, courtyard view package: € 619

Superior room, courtyard view package, single use: € 1,057


Grand Hotel et de Milan (*****) :

Deluxe room package: € 1,331

Deluxe room package, single use: € 2,435



The price of this trip includes: the optional two nights in a double room with breakfast from June 29th to July 1st • the tourist tax • tickets for the optional concert of the Arts Florissants on the evening of the 30th in the first category • repatriation assistance.


The price of this trip does not include: extras • transportation • airport transfers.


Programme and prices are subject to change by La Scala, or by government decision, due to possible health constraints

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