With winter hovering on the horizon, we have the Riviera opera season to take our minds off those chilly nights, and this month we feature two very exciting productions.
Invitation au voyage is the irresistible theme around which the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra and Artistic and Music Director, Kazuki Yamada, have designed their 2017-18 season.
Nice Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates its 70th anniversary this coming season, and also welcomes a new Music Director, Hungarian conductor György G Ráth
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo have a spectacular evening of contemporary dance lined up this month, with works by two highly acclaimed Belgian choreographers.
At the close of its 2016-17 season, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra demonstrates its versatility - in terms of both programming and performance - with a series of four diverse concerts spread throughout the month of June.
Ballet Nice Méditerranée takes the spotlight in April, with a programme of works by three well-known, but very different, contemporary choreographers - Jiří Kylián, Alvin Ailey, and Liam Scarlett.
For lovers of the arts, Monte-Carlo is the place to be this month, with the opening of the Spring Arts Festival, the Printemps des arts.
This December, our focus falls on the Monte-Carlo Ballet, which has an impressive and eclectic line-up of productions to take dance-lovers through the festive season.
For the opening performance of its 2016-17 season, Nice Opera presents Mozart’s The Magic Flute - the composer’s foray into a world of fantasy and enchantment.
British pianist Stephen Hough appears with Yan Pascal Tortelier and the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra in a programme entitled À la française this October.