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On Saturday mornings from 9h to 14h

10 participants maximum

  • 9h : at the market with the Chef
  • 10h30 : in the kitchen with the Chef
  • 12h30 : lunch and wine tasting
  • 14h : end the lesson
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  • 7th Septembre : End of the summer BBQ
  • 21st Septembre : Gambas and fresh pasta
  • 19th Octobre : Veal and marrows
  • 16th November : Scallops and root vegetable
  • 30th November : Chocolate
  • 14th December : How to prepare meals for Xmas and New year’s Eve

 

 

Discover our Opera package !

From Oct 5, 2013 to Oct 15, 2013

Our package is available for 05th-06thOctobre and 12th-13th Octobre and includes the entire Ring for 2 persons and 2 nights (Saturday and Sunday) with buffet breakfast.

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125€
Per person

From  5  to  15  October  2013

The  « Ring » :  a  challenge  for  any  opera  house.

Major work of repertoire, Der Ring des Nibelungen by Richard Wagner cycle of four operas, is designed as a festival stage in a prologue (Der Rheingold) and 3 days (Die Walküre, Siegfried and Götterdämmerung).

 

richard wagner european orchestra
choir of opéra de Dijon

musical direction Daniel Kawka
staging Laurent Joyeux
drama & staging collaboration Stephen Sazio
staging assistant Yves Lenoir
Scenography Damien Caille-Perret
scenography assistant Roberta Chiarito
costumes design Claudia Jenatsch
lighting Jean-Pascal Pracht
VOCAL COACHes Elsa Lambert  | Emmanuel Olivier
CHOIR DIRECTOR Mihály Menelaos Zeke
PIANO ACCOMPANIST Maurizio Prosperi

 

The Ring of the Nibelung tetralogy is a lyric adventure without equal. Across the immense fresco of its four operas, it relates the eternal battle of power and greed against love and liberty. Wagner draws his deep inspiration from Nordic myths, its gods, giants, dwarves and heroes, but he does so the better to describe his own era – our era – and thus reveal that which is purely human, that which always and everywhere touches and illuminates us.

Rare are the opportunities for any opera house to bring this masterpiece to the stage in its continuity, given the sheer scale of the task, which requires the prolonged mobilization and energy of massive forces.  In this bicentennial year of Richard Wagner’s birth, the Dijon Opera has taken up the challenge and after several years of preparation today offers us the chance to experience the most extraordinary dramatic epic ever penned. And to respect Wagner’s wish that everyone be able to share in this exceptional event, we have chosen to present the cycles over two consecutive days, each concentrating on two operas, thus favouring the unity of a single narrative flow and making the extraordinary scope of the score accessible without sacrificing anything of its vocal and orchestral splendour: The orchestral forces – 80 to 100 musicians in the pit as the works – and cuts in the partition preserving the unity and strength of the dramatic work. It is with a true Festival of three cycles – within which you may constitute your own cycle according to your desires – that we open the 2013-14 season.

 

“My children, bring forth the new!” It is with these words that Wagner concluded his first series of performances at Bayreuth in 1876, he who, contrary to the idealized image retained by posterity, was like all his generation avid for the new and for creation, renewal and revolution. The demands of art remain faithful to the living flame and not to the dying embers, and so it is that the Dijon Opera has chosen to go deeper in its study of the work – the examination that must precede any production – and has commissioned Brice Pauset, composer in residence, to create two dramatic prologues, one for each day, that question Wagner’s musical material and the role he plays for a composer today.

 

Daniel Kawka, whose magnificent work at Dijon on Tristan und Isolde in 2009 won the enthusiastic praise of the general public and the critics alike, conducts a stellar cast, including soprano Sabine Hogrefe, the most absolute Brünnhilde of our day; steeped in the subtle art of the lied, the baritone Thomas Bauer takes on the role of Wotan; and Daniel Brenna, the dream heldentenor, whose youth and power have ignited the British and German stages, reserves  his first French Siegfried for Dijon. Together, they carry Laurent Joyeux’ poetic, dreamlike and humanist staging.

Oenotourism Package

This offer includes:

  • One night in double room
  • 2 buffet breakfasts  
  • 2 gastronomic lunches or dinners with our "Menus tradition" including one glass of wine from the Chateau de Marsannay, mineral water and coffee
  • Visite of the former winery and of the arched cellars followed by a prestige tasting of 7 wines including 1 Grand Cru at the Chateau de Marsannay
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From
116€
Per person

Christmas Time

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From
125€
Per person

One night in our privilege room, with to Dinner in the restaurant and two breakfast

Excursion in the vignard of Burgundy

Enjoy our three package to discover the burgundy

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Trip in the "Cote de Nuits" Vineyard, Burgundy  (booked here)

This package include a night in our double room with a "Kir" (traditional aperitif of Burgundy) in one of our restaurant, breakfast and the following excursion:

Departure at 09.30 am from your hotel

 

Highlights : 
Burgundy’s Champs-Elysées, from Dijon to Beaune, with its legendary vineyards : Romanée Conti, Chambertin, Clos de Vougeot, Echezeaux, Corton Charlemagne… Take a stroll through the vines. 
Prestige tasting in the Côte de Beaune vineyards: 5 to 7 white and red wines (Pinots Noirs) including exceptional Premier Cru and Grand Cru. 
Lunch and free time in Beaune, a historical city and Burgundy’s wine Capital. Your guide will suggest some of the best restaurants for lunch (not included) or where to try regional dishes and local cheeses. 
Suggested free-time, options (*entrance fees not included). 
Les Hospices de Beaune, a master piece of Burgundy art* > Extensive tasting in the cellar (between 8 to 12 wines)* 
Tasting at the mustard-makers la Moutarderie Fallot (closed on Sunday’s and Monday mornings)* 
The old town and its traditional shops (blackcurrant liquor, mustard, honey spice cake, Flavigny aniseed…) 
Private visit of a family-run estate in the Côte de Nuits. A tasting paradise for Pinot Noir amateurs.

From 121 euro per person

Trip in the "Cote de Nuits" and "Cote de Beaune" Vineyard ,Burgundy (booked here)

This package include a night in our double room with a "Kir" (traditional aperitif of Burgundy) in one of our restaurant, breakfast and the following excursion:

Departure at 09.30 am from your hotel

 

Highlights : 
 -Burgundy’s Champs-Elysées, from Dijon to Beaune, with its legendary vineyards : Romanée Conti, Chambertin, Clos de Vougeot, Echezeaux, Corton Charlemagne… Take a stroll through the vines. 
 - Prestige tasting in the Côte de Beaune vineyards: 5 to 7 white and red wines (Pinots Noirs) including exceptional Premier Cru and Grand Cru. 
 - Lunch and free time in Beaune, a historical city and Burgundy’s wine Capital. Your guide will suggest some of the best restaurants for lunch (not included) or where to try regional dishes and local cheeses. 
Suggested free-time, options (*entrance fees not included). 
 - Les Hospices de Beaune, a master piece of Burgundy art* > Extensive tasting in the cellar (between 8 to 12 wines)* 
 - Tasting at the mustard-makers la Moutarderie Fallot (closed on Sunday’s and Monday mornings)* 
 - The old town and its traditional shops (blackcurrant liquor, mustard, honey spice cake, Flavigny aniseed…) 
 - Private visit of a family-run estate in the Côte de Nuits. A tasting paradise for Pinot Noir amateurs.

From 176 euros per person

Private Tour in the "Cote de Nuits" and "Cote de Beaune" Vineyard, Burgundy (booked here)

This package include a night in our double room with a "Kir" (traditional aperitif of Burgundy) in one of our restaurant, breakfast and the following excursion:

The Burgundy wine 1 day must-do’s: Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune.2 to 3 tastings. 
Drive north of the Côte de Beaune and discover the picturesque villages around Aloxe-Corton and Pernand-Vergelesses. Enjoy the panoramic view of the Côte de Beaune and the Corton hillside, famous for its red and white Grands Crus. 
Visit a famous Côte de Beaune estate for a private tasting of the estate’s appellations, Pinots Noirs and white wines. 

 

Lunch 1 
Regional set menu at an estate’s restaurant in the Côte de Nuits or Côte de Beaune vineyards. This is an opportunity to pair typical Burgundy dishes and cheeses with a selection of wines including Grand Crus belonging to the owner. Guided tour of the estate after lunch. From 40€ to 70€ per person depending on the estate, Premier and Grand Cru wine included. Subject to availability. Closed Sundays. 

 

Lunch 2 
At a restaurant in the heart of the vineyards. Refined cuisine and local cheeses in a unique setting. A large choice of Burgundy wines on the wine menu. From 25 € per person, wines not included. 

 

Lunch 3 
If the weather is sunny, your guide will suggest organizing a simple picnic in the vineyards (parsley ham, savory choux pastry, cheese, terrine…).If the weather is unfavorable, lunch in a restaurant. From 30 € per person, excluding wines.

 

After lunch stroll in the vineyards where you will discover the cultivation techniques and the history of Burgundy wines  Head to the Côte de Nuits and discover its legendary vineyards and famous Appellations: Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin, Vougeot, Morey-Saint-Denis… Stop off at Romanée Conti. 

Visit a second cellar on a family estate in the Côte de Nuits. Enjoy a private tasting session of some of the most elegant Pinot Noir and understand their close relationship with the Terroir (soil). Meet the winemaker. 

 

Lunch is an extra cost

From 288.5 euros per person

 

 

2 night stay the third is offer

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76.66€
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