| 2 March 1825|
| Michele Carafa|
| Gabriella di Vergy, I due Figaro, Eliogabalo, La dame blanche, La Juive|Aurora, soprano
The Queen, soprano
The Prince, tenor
King Florestan, baritone
La belle au bois dormant (opera) Wikipedia
La belle au bois dormant (Sleeping Beauty) is an opera in three acts by Michele Carafa to a French libretto by François-Antonine-Eugène de Planard after the tale by Charles Perrault.
It was first performed on 2 March 1825 at the Salle Le Peletier of Paris Opera. The famous tenor Adolphe Nourrit created the role of the Prince. Choreography was by Pierre Gabriel Gardel, and set design by Pierre-Luc-Charles Cicéri.