The Principality’s very own spring arts festival, Le Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo, is back this week with another set of must-see concerts.
From 14:30 on Saturday, March 20, Pianist Beatrice Berrut will perform a selection of Franz Liszt’s latest works. This concert will be held in the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, and tickets can be reserved here for just 15 euros.
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Snow on her lips
Le Festival Printemps des Arts continues on Saturday with a musical theatre take-over of the Riva Tunnel, located in the Monaco Boat Service, which can be found in the Principality’s Port Hercule.
From 16:00, spectators will be treated to a very special show. ‘Snow on her lips’ was commissioned by Le Festival Printemps des Arts and created by Sebastian Rivas.
‘I Lombardi alla prima crociata’ – a Monte-Carlo Opera production
The Monte Carlo Opera presents ‘I Lombardi alla prima crociata’, a lyrical drama set in four acts to the sound of Giuseppe Verdi’s music.
The performance will commence at 14:00 on Saturday, March 20, and will be held in the glamorous Salle Garnier of the Monte-Carlo Opera.
Les Chansons d’Amour
From 15:00, the Théâtre des Variétés will screen the 2007 French film, ’Les Chansons d’Amour’.
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Triple Recital Liszt Concert
Le Festival Printemps des Arts presents a three recital concert of Liszt’s ‘Years of Pilgrimage’, performed by French piano prodigy Bertrand Chamayou.
All three recitals will be held in the Salle Garnier on Sunday, March 21. The first concert will commence at 11:30, the second at 14:15 and the third at 16:00.
‘A Hidden Life’
On Sunday, March 21, the Diocese of Monaco’s Ciné-Club will screen the 2019 award winning film; ‘A Hidden Life’
The screening will commence at 13:45 at the Agora Maison Diocésaine. Entry is free, but subject to availability.
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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: Pianist Beatrice Berrut