“Are you born with destiny? Or does it just come…knocking on your door…?”
Tom Hanks, Austin Butler, Olivia DeJonge feature in the English language movie with French subtitles, directed by Baz Luhrmann at the outdoor cinema on Wednesday, June 22 at 21:00.
Thursday Live Sessions @ Indigo (Grimaldi Forum)
Literally “The door of the Blues” is a Franco-Moroccan group created in 2018 in Marrakech. This is a Moroccan “Psychedelic Rock” group inspired by the Gnawa and Hassani traditions, combining Rock, current music & Moroccan popular music. This multi-card quartet was born from an encounter between singer Yousra Mansour and musician Brice Bottin during a residency in Marrakech. From this research around Tuareg music, emanates the album Nayda which means “to get up”. And the least we can say is that the songs of Bab L’Bluz make you want to “get up” and dance.
On Thursday June 23, at 20:30 at Indigo.
The sessions are very popular.We highly recommend to reserve yout free seat!
La voix dans tous ses eclats
The voice in all its bursts
Academie de Musique Rainier III presents a free concert of Academie’s small choir “Ensemble Vocale”.
The choir will be performing pieces by Haydn, Gaccini, Monteverdi and Rheinberger, accompanied by a chamber orchestra of period instruments such as the organ, viola di gamba, and harpsichord. The Academie’s ‘chant lyrique’ class will also be singing solo pieces.
At Eglise St Martin at 2 avenue Crovetto Frères at 19:00 on June 23. Eglise St Martin is a modern church on the winding road between Starbucks in Condamine and Park Princess Antoinette with beautiful acoustics.
International Contemporary Art Fair
A clever mix between favorite art, affordable art and the most beautiful artistic representation of the moment.
For this new Monegasque edition, a catering area outside the tents will allow everyone to take a gourmet break and refresh themselves and a frankly warm and relaxed atmosphere will allow real exchanges with artists and galleries. So many reasons to discover art as a family!
In Chapiteau de Fontvieille , 24- 26 June
Friday 24: 16h – 22h, Saturday 25: 10h – 20h, Sunday: 10h – 19h
MC Solaar en concert
Rapper MC SOLAAR returns to the stage and will deliver an unprecedented performance surrounded by The New Big Band project directed by Issam Krimi on Friday, June 24 at 20:30 at Salle des Princes – Grimaldi Forum.
Musique de Chambre
Pieces by Brahms and Dvorak, performed by Ivo Kahanek on piano, Sibylle Duchesne and Jae-Eun Lee on violins, Federico Andres Hood and Francois Duchesne on violas, and Thierry Amadi and Thibault Leroyon cellos. At Auditorium Rainier III at 20:00.
Gala de l’Academie Princesse Grace II 2022
Students and teachers of Academie Princesse Grace perform their traditional end of year show.
The Princess Grace Academy Gala is a privileged moment when the prestigious dance school linked to the Ballets de Monte-Carlo comes to meet the public. The latter will be able to discover a high level of learning that embraces different styles, from the most classic to the most contemporary. Newcomers will take the stage at the Salle Garnier for the first time, while eight graduates of the Academy will make their final salutes before joining an international company. This year, the focus was on creation. The Academy has invited four artists to come and create for the students: Goyo Montero, Francesco Nappa, Julien Guérin and Michel Rahn.
Ticketing only at the counters or by telephone: Grimaldi Forum Monaco, tel. : +377 99 99 30 00 Atrium of the Casino de Monte-Carlo, tel. +377 98 06 28 28
Organ music and French recital.
A unique formula of recital-conference where the image is combined with the music of the King of Instruments. An interstellar journey to the sounds of the organ. It was his passion as an organist linked to his career in space that gave Jean-Loup Chrétien the idea of offering this recital-conference. Pieces of improvised or written music mingle with film screenings, the latest images from the Hubble telescope, or those more specific to space flights. A musical projection by Hampus Lindwall with comments from the astronaut-organist Jean-Loup Chretien, on Sunday, june 26 at 17:00 in Monaco Cathedral. Free entry.
The title of the exhibition clearly circumscribes a geography, that of the Côte-d’Azur to Bordighera, in Italy, which Helmut Newton photographed from the 1960s until his death in the early 2000s. “ARiviera” is thus a pretext to explore the work of a major photographer of the 20th century in a different way, through now famous images, like others rarely presented to the public.
At Villa Sauber until 13.11.2022.
Read more in our article here.