William ChristieWilliam Christie © Oscar Ortega
Clavecin Goujon- Swanen, Paris, 1749- 1784, dépôt permanent du Mobilier national au Musée de la musique, inv. E.233 Clavecin Goujon- Swanen, Paris, 1749- 1784, dépôt permanent du Mobilier national au Musée de la musique, inv. E.233 © Jean-Marc Anglès
Clavecin Goujon- Swanen, Paris, 1749- 1784, dépôt permanent du Mobilier national au Musée de la musique, inv. E.233 Clavecin Goujon- Swanen, Paris, 1749- 1784, dépôt permanent du Mobilier national au Musée de la musique, inv. E.233 © Jean-Marc Anglès
Concert on period instruments

Salon de l'hôtel Crozat

Solistes des Arts Florissants

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Wednesday October 25 2017
20:30
Place
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
L'amphithéâtre, Cité de la musique
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Programme

  • Concert sur instruments du Musée
  • Oeuvres de François Couperin, Jacques Hotteterre Arcangelo Corelli…
  • Solistes des Arts Florissants
  • William Christie
  • Elodie Fonnard
The rich finance professional Pierre Crozat (1665-1740) was the patron of Watteau. In his private mansion on the rue de Richelieu, he would organise and host concerts, notably those by Mme de Prie, the mistress of the Prince of Condé and an ardent fan of Italian music.