The Dam – The Art of the Cinema
The Audiovisual Institute of Monaco in partnership with the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco presents the 2022 artistic film directed by Lebanese filmmaker Ali Cherri. Traveling to Sudan, and the banks of the Nile, through its millennia-old landscapes, a man seeks to upheave with the power of the imagination.
On Tuesday, March 28 at 20:00 at the Théâtre des Variétés. Discover more and reserve your tickets at the L’art du cinéma website.
Superyacht Chef Competition
Nine chefs working on 40+m superyachts have a rendezvous with the Superyacht Chef Competition, presided by the three-Michelin star Chef Yannick Alléno, surrounded by gastronomy experts and supervised by Chef Joël Garault, President of Goûts et Saveurs. Held under the aegis of YCM’s La Belle Classe Academy training centre, the competition puts the spotlight on gourmet cuisine at sea, another facet of yachting professions. Fully supported by their owners and crew who always come along to encourage them, contestants have to come up with dishes from a basket of mystery ingredients while complying with the contest’s anti-waste criteria.
On Thursday, March 30 at the Yacht Club de Monaco. Discover more here.
The Miser – French Theatre
Superb adaptation of “L’Avare” (“The Miser”) in the commedia dell’arte style with singing, dancing, pantomime, music and improvisations. While ignoring the wants and needs of all those around him, even his own children, the wealthy Harpagon believes he can purchase conjugal bliss for his dotage. But in a typically Molière-esque twist, his plans are ruined and his only consolation is buried in a box… The cast and audience have huge fun with the roles of Harpagon, Frosine, Valère, all colourful characters, illustrating timeless themes including money, intolerance, limitless profit, the loss of human relationships, sexism, and more. All the modernity of Molière is concentrated in this classic play.
From Thursday March 30 to Saturday April 1at 20:30 and Sunday, April 2 at 16:30 at the Théâtre des Muses. Discover more and reserve your tickets here.
Reading in music, Laurent Stocker, Camille Taver – Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival
Carried by the improvisations of the pianist Camille Taver, Laurent Stocker reads large excerpts from Rimbaud le fils, a book by Pierre Michon in which the author explores and freely “plays” on the poet’s life and art. On Thursday, March 30 at 20:00 at the Théâtre Princesse Grace. Discover more and reserve your tickets at the Monte-CarloSpring arts Festival website.
George Condo – Humanoids – Exhibition
For George Condo, “the Humanoid is not a science fiction monster, but a depiction that uses traditional methods to bring a person’s inner emotions to the surface”. Over the course of eight sections, the exhibition traces the continuity of a profuse body of work that ranges from “space beings” to Who’s Who, from Guido Reni to Bugs Bunny. Featuring specially produced paintings, the exhibition offers a glimpse of the artist’s process of invention – as crazy as it is erudite – of humanoids. From Friday, March 31 to Sunday October 1, 2023 at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Paloma. Discover more about the exhibition here. Read more about George Condo in our article here.
Arnold Turboust – Concert
The musician began his career with legendary group Marquis de Sade and went on to collaborate with Etienne Daho, Brigitte Fontaine, and Jacno. Françoise Sagan said “Arnold Turboust has something of the fluidity of Trenet, the detachment of Gainsbourg, a kind of gentle indulgence towards others, but demanding of himself; a humour without cynicism and the most pleasing musical diversity”. On Friday, March 31 at 19:00 at the Médiathèque de Monaco – Bibliothèque Louis Notari. Free entry. Discover more here.
Laurent Stocker & Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra – Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival
Leading the Monte-Philharmonic Orchestra, Lio Kuokman presents and contrasts two iconic works in the history of American music: The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives, and a fresco that might be the response to the former’s call, namely Symphony No. 3 by Aaron Copland. Between these monumental pieces, François Meïmoun revisits the myth of Antigone in a creation for narrator and orchestra, with Laurent Stocker lending his voice. On Friday, March 31 at 20:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III. Discover more at the Monte-Carlo Spring arts festival website.
Saturday 1 & Sunday 2
Quatuor Diotima – Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival
In two concerts, Quatuor Diotima journeys across a century of chamber music, from post-Romanticism to contemporary creation, from Béla Bartók’s String Quartet No. 1 to an unpublished work by Philippe Schoeller. The quartet ponders upon the horrors of World War II, which can be heard as much in Bartók and György Ligeti as in Different Trains by Steve Reich. On Saturday, April 1 at 15:00 at the Tunnel Riva and Sunday April 2 at 18:00 at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. Discover more and reserve your tickets at the Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival website.
Ensemble TM+, Laurent Cuniot – Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival
The TM+ ensemble, directed by Laurent Cuniot, associates two voices of modern American music, Steve Reich and Elliott Carter: between the New York activity of City Life and the majestic Capitol of A Mirror on Which to Dwell, we are given a genuine panoramic soundscape of the United States in the last century. On Saturday, April 1 at 20:00 at the Auditorium Rainier III. Discover more and reserve your tickets here.
Iryna Zubenko – The energy of life – Exhibition
“Creation and creativity are the result of internal energy, which a person does not even suspect, in the material world”. Come, discover and discuss a selection of inspiring paintings by the Ukrainian artist. Until Sunday, April 9 from 10:00 to 18:00 at the Espace 22.
Albert 1er – A Prehistorian Prince – Exhibition
From the Grimaldi caves to Spain, from the founding of the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology in Monaco to the Institute of Human Paleontology in Paris, visitors will probe the fascinating paths of the adventures and archaeological reflections of a passionate and fascinating Prince Albert I. Until Sunday, December 31, 2023, from 9:00.to 18:00 at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology.
‘Lost-Found’ – Exhibition
The ‘Lost-Found’ exhibition on Quai Antoine has brought together the artworks of three artists with different backgrounds, art styles, methods and inspirations under one roof to create a conversation between two cultures. The paintings of Monegasque artist Toby M. Wright have been joined on the walls by the works of Ukrainian artist Masha Shubina, while her compatriot, Egor Zigura fills the floor with thought-provoking sculptures in an exhibition organised by the Monegasque National Committee of the International Association of Plastic Arts. Available for public viewing free of charge until March 30. The exhibition can be found at 10 Quai Antoine 1er, and is open everyday between Monday and Friday, from 14:00 until 19:00. Read more...
The World We Make‘– Amy Sherald Exhibition
Since March 2018, when Houser & Wirth announced exclusive worldwide representation of American artist Amy Sherald, four major exhibitions took place: in New York, Los Angeles, last year in London – her first solo show in Europe and from the end of January this year a selection of new and monumental works by Amy Sherald is brought to Monaco.
On display at Hauser & Wirth Monaco until April 15. This exhibition is not to be missed. More on NEWS.MC.
Child CARE Monaco’s 10th Vintage Car Rally
On Sunday, September 10. This year men are welcome to accompany the ladies! As usually, bring your own car or let the team organise it for you. For booking and more information, please contact email@example.com.
Monet in Monaco – Exhibition
On the 140th anniversary of Claude Monet’s first stopover in Monte-Carlo and on the Riviera, the Grimaldi Forum will devote its major summer exhibition to him from July 8 to September 3. Reservations for this truly exceptional exhibition can be made here. Ticket prices until June 30, 7 euros in place of 14. +377 99 99 3000.
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