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01 Oct 2005

"Pan" fait voler en éclats la culture de l'opéra,1-0@2-3246,36-694953@51-627783,0.html

monnet.jpgLe Monde [1 October 2005]

Musica, le festival international des musiques d'aujourd'hui qui se tient à Strasbourg jusqu'au 8 octobre, a pour habitude de s'associer à l'Opéra national du Rhin pour donner en création un nouvel ouvrage lyrique. En attendant les débuts du jeune Bruno Mantovani, à l'affiche de 2006, dans le genre très controversé de l'opéra contemporain, c'est Marc Monnet, né en 1947, qui relance cette année le débat avec Pan. Et l'on entend des spectateurs s'interroger, le 30 septembre, avant même que ne commence la représentation : "Quels sont ces volatiles blancs qui arpentent la scène ?" Des paons pour Pan...

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