The final production of Monte-Carlo Ballet’s summer dance programme, L’Été Danse!, is a triple bill entitled Soirée 3 chorégraphes, which features works by Jean-Christophe Maillot, Jirí Kylián and Mats Ek.
The Nice Philharmonic Orchestra brings the 2021/22 season to a close with a programme of music by Smetana, Tchaikovsky and Dvořák.
Two very talented and accomplished French actors based on the Riviera, Sophie Chiara Viglio and Nicolas Carré, came up with the idea of taking an old caravan, attaching a stage then taking it on the road
400 years after the greatest French playwright’s birth, adaptation of his plays abound. But few are as original – and timely – as the one that Collectif La Machine presents at Anthéa right now
This month, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo dedicates the opening performance of Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Œil pour Œil to supporting the people of Ukraine.
Ten years after the US premiere of “Disgraced”, one of the most important contemporary plays, Daniel Benoin directs the French adaptation and a star-studded cast led by Sami Bouajila
Along with all of the cultural institutions of the Principality of Monaco, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra dedicates its concert of 8th April to the people of Ukraine, with all proceeds going to to the Monegasque Red Cross
Under the artistic direction of composer Bruno Mantovani, and with illustrious pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet in residence, this year’s Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo has a wealth of wonderful performances on offer
It’s official. The TNN is going to be torn down, says the City of Nice. But opponents of the project are still fighting against the imminent demise of one of Nice’s cultural flagships.
This month, Nice Opera and Monte-Carlo Opera stage two very different productions - Jacques Offenbach’s Le voyage dans la lune in Nice while Monte-Carlo Opera stages Massenet’s Werther.
Love, infidelity and comedic drama are in the air in Gioachino Rossini’s ‘Il turco in Italia’, to be staged by Monte-Carlo Opera this month
The Anthéa house company, renowned for its creativity and ingenuity at the crossroads of stage theatre and cinema, gives Alexandre Dumas’ classic a shocking, and shockingly good, makeover
After the popular music festival had to be canceled due to the pandemic last year, the 2021 edition more than makes up for the lost year.