The Eye of the Wolf – an OPMC young audience concert
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents a special concert for a young audience about a zoo, a child and an old one-eyed wolf. This French language performance is titled ‘The Eye of the Wolf’ and features conductor Philippe Beran alongside narrator Daniel Pennac.
This concert will commence at 16:00 in the Espace Léo Ferré on Wednesday, March 2.
Simone Veil, les combats d’une effrontee – a TPG performance
The Princess Grace Theatre presents a French language performance based on the book ‘Une vie de Simone Veil’. The performance will begin at 20:30 in the Princess Grace Theatre on Thursday, March 3.
38th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse
Organised by the Monaco Yacht Club, the 38th edition of the Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse will be raced in the sea surrounding the Principality, in what will be the fifth act of the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series.
The race will take place from Thursday, March 3 until Sunday, March 6.
Lozakovich-Kantorow Recital – OPMC
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra returns this week with a Lozakovich-Kantorow recital, featuring violinist Daniel Lozakovich and pianist Alexandre Kantoro, who will perform the works of Brahms, Frank and Schuman.
The recital will begin at 20:00 in the Auditorium Rainier III on Friday, March 4.
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra presents a concert titled ‘Bohemian Gems’, featuring the works of Janáček, Dvorák, and Martinu. These works will be performed by soloist Thierry Amadi, while Tomas Netopil conducts.
The concert will begin at 18:00 in the Auditorium Rainier III on Sunday, March 6.
Featured image: the 2021 Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse