Gregory Porter – Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival
Jazz and soul singer Gregory Porter will continue the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival with a concert of his own in the Salle Garnier of the Monte-Carlo Opera house.
The concert will begin at 20:30 on Monday, November 29.
Chucho Valdés Quartet, Yilian Cañizares – Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival
The Chucho Valdés Quartet, featuring Yilian Cañizares will take over the Salle Garnier in concert for the first time at the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival.
This concert will begin at 20:30 on Tuesday, November 30.
Le rêve de Mercier
The Princess Grace Theatre returns this week with a French language play. ‘Le rêve de Mercier’ was written by Alain Pastor, and follows the meeting between a Princess of Monaco and writer Louis-Sébastien Mercier, who share a similarly cruel fate.
The performance will begin at 20:30 on Tuesday, November 30.
Albert I commemoration – an OPMC young audience concert
The Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents an Albert I commemoration concert on Wednesday, December 1. Intended for a young audience, this concert will feature Katia and Marielle Labèque on the piano, while Julie Depardieu will narrate the works of Maurice Ravel and Camille Saint-Saens.
The concert will commence at 16:00 in the Auditorium Rainier III.
Albert I commemoration – an OPMC Grande Saison concert
The Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra returns on the same evening with an Albert I commemoration ‘Grande saison’ concert, featuring the works of Maurice Ravel, Camille Saint-Saens, Claude Debussy and Philip Glass.
Katia and Marielle Labèque will once again perform on the piano, alongside the narration of Gaspard Proust.
The concert will commence at 20:30 on Wednesday, December 1 at the Auditorium Rainier III.
Made in Japan in Monaco 2021
The ‘Made in Japan in Monaco’ expo returns this year in a packed second edition. Visitors will be welcome to test and buy Japanese foods and goods in Monaco.
The expo will run from Friday, December 3 until Sunday, December 5 in the Grimaldi Forum.
Paul Personne – Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival
Paul Personne will perform in the Salle Garnier on Friday, December 3 as part of the ongoing Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival. The concert will begin at 20:30.
Ecumenical Kermesse 2021
The Saint Paul’s Anglican Church of Monaco and other churches have organised a Kermesse at the Chapiteau de Fontvieille from 10:00 until 18:00 on Saturday, December 4. Stalls will sell Christmas decorations, goods and home made foods to raise money for charity.
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David Hallyday – Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival
French artist David Hallyday will perform his latest album, ‘Imagine un Monde’ in Monaco on Saturday, December 4 as part of the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival. The concert will begin at 20:30 in the Salle Garnier.
Benjamin Biolay concert
Singer-songwriter Benjamin Biolay will perform his ninth album, ‘Grand Prix’ in Monaco on Saturday, December 4. The concert will begin at 20:30 in the Grimaldi Forum.
Jingle Bells concert
The Monaco International Performing Arts Centre presents a jingle bells Christmas concert, featuring talents from eight to 78 years of age.
The concert will begin at 20:30 in the Théâtre des Variétés on Saturday, December 4.
Romanticism in all its forms – an OPMC concert
The Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents another ‘Grande Saison’ concert, featuring Rafal Blechacz on the piano, while Stanislav Kochanovsky will conduct, as the orchestra performs the works of Von Weber, Rachmaninov, and Schumann.
The concert will begin at 18:00 on Sunday, December 5 at the Auditorium Rainier III.
“The Drama Group of Monaco will be performing Patrick Barlow’s modern pantoesque adaptation of the story by Charles Dickens ” A Christmas Carol ” on Thursday 16th December at 20H30 in the Salle Des Variétés in Monaco. Places are bookable on the website dramagroup.com -or by telephone 07 85 33 07 74. This classic story of greed, grief, ghoulish ghosts and eleventh-hour redemption is thrillingly retold as never before. The perfect start to your family Christmas celebrations !”
Featured image: Gregory Porter