The Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents a Jaëll Quartet happy hour concert as part of its 2020/21 Grande Saison. The concert features a string instrument quartet composed of four talented artists; Duchesne, Lee, Timofeeva and Perrone.
History of Cinema in Monaco
The Audiovisual Institute of Monaco will allow visitors to discover the steeped history of cinema in Monaco through guided tours of its ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’.
In its new premises in Condamine, the institute aims to tell the story of cinema in the principality through a variety of mediums. Thursday’s guided tour will begin at 16:00 in French, and is the first of only three tours available this month. To discover more and to register for the tour, click here.
‘L’Inconnu de Collegno’
From 15:00, the Théâtre des Variétés will screen the 2019 French film, ’L’Inconnu de Collegno’. This film was Directed by Maïder Fortuné, who will be present on the occasion of the screening.
This film will run in French for 50 minutes. To discover more, click here.
School of Vienna – Festival des Printemps des Arts
The Principality’s very own spring arts festival, Le Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo, is back in 2021. Last year the festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The exciting program kicks off on March 14, with two live concerts in one day. The first concert will commence at 14:30 in the Oceanographic Museum, and will feature performances by soloists of the Ensemble Intercontemporain.
Liszt & School of Vienna – Festival des Printemps des Arts
The second of two concerts on March 14 will begin at 16:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III, and will feature Hideki Nagano on piano alongside the Ensemble Intercontemporain.
In the cinema this week
Unfortunately, the Cinema des Beaux-Arts has been closed until further notice as a result of restrictions in France and the curfew in the Principality. Look out for updates in future editions of ‘This Week in Monaco’.
Featured image: the Ensemble Intercontemporain