In the penultimate concert of the 2017-18 Grande Saison series, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra pays tribute to the genius of Leonard Bernstein in the year of his Centennial, with two works by the American composer and conductor.
According to Franco Fontana “the purpose of art is to make visible the invisible.” And with his photographs, he does just that, taking ordinary everyday scenes and turning them into striking, colourful landscapes.
Another fantastic season comes to an end at Opéra Nice Côte d'Azur this May, with a staging of Nabucco, one of Verdi's best known and loved works.
The MAMAC’s blockbuster exhibit is the highlight of the prestigious 2018 “Le French May” festival in the Chinese mega-metropolis
His style is simple and his ink-wash paintings are often compared to ancient masterpieces for their lightness. Nonetheless, in just a few years, Lao Shu has managed to win the hearts of many, thanks in no small part to Chinese social media.
This summer, the Musée Matisse in Nice will highlight the relationship between two of the most iconic artists of the 20th century, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.
There is no better way to honour Théâtre anthéa’s fifth anniversary than with this remarkable play by its fantastic house company
Ballet Nice Méditerranée celebrates the Jerome Robbins Centennial this month with his delightful ballet, En Sol, along with works by two contemporary artists, Oscar Aráiz and Dwight Rhoden.
Born in Italy in 1896 and raised in an impoverished neighbourhood of São Paulo from the age of two, Alfredo Volpi was one of, if not, Brazil's most significant artist of the early 20th century.
Heralding the arrival of spring this month, Monte-Carlo presents its annual festival, Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, a celebration of music, song and dance.
No less than three stunning temporary exhibits are currently on display at the Museé des Arts Asiatiques in Nice.
If you have ever bought vintage postcards of the French Riviera, chances are that you have come across the name of Jean Gilletta.
For the second time in his career, Jean-Christophe Maillot - Choreographer-Director of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo - has been honoured with the prestigious Prix de Lausanne Life Time Award, for his dedication to the world of dance.