Opéra national de Paris - "La Traviata" de Verdi
#SAISONANNIVERSAIRE Ensemble fondateur de l’identité artistique de l'Opéra de Paris, les artistes des Choeurs, dirigés par José Luis Basso, interprètent "La Traviata" de Verdi. Assurément l'une...
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