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.
Renato Giuliani’s adaptation of the timeless Italian Poem of the 14th century shows that today’s world is not so different from the one 700 years ago
After Matisse and the Prom, it is the famous École de Nice’s turn to star in the city’s biannual celebration of all things arts and culture
“Mort Aux Vaches” - a slightly injurious French expression turns into a hymn for rebellion, love, and friendship
Jean Cocteau’s great passion for Mediterranean culture takes center stage at a remarkable temporary exhibit in Menton
There is a Sleeping Beauty out there, and a prolific international filmmaker is on a quest to awaken her with the kiss of his camera
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.
Daniel Benoin is back in Nice this month, directing one of the world’s most famous operas. And predictably, his adaptation has a twist.
If you could choose just one photo exhibit to see all year, it would have to be Hurban Vortex in Cannes
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.
Period costumes, puppets, and retro-futuristic steampunk? Yes, Collectif La Machine is in the house!