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Wednesday
17/03
Women in music Weekend

Concerts

Opera
7:30pm
7:30pm
CNSMDP - Salle Rémy Pflimlin
The orchestra and choral students from the Conservatoire de Paris perform Britten’s chamber opera The Turn of the Screw, composed in 1954 for the Venice Biennale.
CNSMDP - Salle Rémy Pflimlin
The orchestra and choral students from the Conservatoire de Paris perform Britten’s chamber opera The Turn of the Screw, composed in 1954 for the Venice Biennale.
Recital
8:30pm
8:30pm
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
In February 2016, Bernard Foccroulle took part in the inauguration of the Rieger organ at the Philharmonie. Now the composer and conductor returns for a harpsichord recital.
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
In February 2016, Bernard Foccroulle took part in the inauguration of the Rieger organ at the Philharmonie. Now the composer and conductor returns for a harpsichord recital.
Symphonic Concert
8:30pm
8:30pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
A solemn, mystical tone dominates this programme composed of three major scores imbued with dreamlike spirituality.
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
A solemn, mystical tone dominates this programme composed of three major scores imbued with dreamlike spirituality.

Activities

Thursday
18/03

Concerts

Concert
8:30pm
8:30pm
Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique
The Ensemble intercontemporain reunites with baritone Georg Nigl for a new ‘carte blanche’ (artistic free rein) event—with an oxymoronic form in which the requiem is secular and the sacred is sensual, yet Orpheus remains voiceless and...
Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique
The Ensemble intercontemporain reunites with baritone Georg Nigl for a new ‘carte blanche’ (artistic free rein) event—with an oxymoronic form in which the requiem is secular and the sacred is sensual, yet Orpheus remains voiceless and...
Symphonic Concert
8:30pm
8:30pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
A solemn, mystical tone dominates this programme composed of three major scores imbued with dreamlike spirituality.
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
A solemn, mystical tone dominates this programme composed of three major scores imbued with dreamlike spirituality.

Activities

Friday
19/03
French music Weekend

Concerts

Concert on period instruments
6:00pm
6:00pm
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
The Amphitheatre resonates with the sound of Poulenc’s chamber works for piano and wind instruments, which make up the majority of his compositions for small ensembles.
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
The Amphitheatre resonates with the sound of Poulenc’s chamber works for piano and wind instruments, which make up the majority of his compositions for small ensembles.
Concert
8:00pm
8:00pm
Le Studio - Philharmonie
Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry premiered Symphonie pour un homme seul in March 1950. In honour of this anniversary, we will also hear the finale of Symphonie collector (2010), teeming with voices and memories.
Le Studio - Philharmonie
Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry premiered Symphonie pour un homme seul in March 1950. In honour of this anniversary, we will also hear the finale of Symphonie collector (2010), teeming with voices and memories.

Linked events

Vocal Concert
8:30pm
8:30pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
Laurence Equilbey is reunited with the Orchestre national de Montpellier for a ‘Bizet gala’ showcasing excerpts from La Jolie Fille de Perth and The Pearl Fishers.
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
Laurence Equilbey is reunited with the Orchestre national de Montpellier for a ‘Bizet gala’ showcasing excerpts from La Jolie Fille de Perth and The Pearl Fishers.

Activities

Saturday
20/03
French music Weekend

Concerts

Chamber Music
11:00am
11:00am
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
Donnons pour Démos - 2021
Symphonic Concert
3:00pm
3:00pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
In orchestral history, France has been the envy of the world—at least since Berlioz’s treatise on orchestration and the influence of Ravel—always rich in colour, with numerous ties to the visual arts.
 
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
In orchestral history, France has been the envy of the world—at least since Berlioz’s treatise on orchestration and the influence of Ravel—always rich in colour, with numerous ties to the visual arts.
 
Concert
5:30pm
5:30pm
Le Studio - Philharmonie
Le Studio - Philharmonie
Chamber Music
6:00pm
6:00pm
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
Accompanied by pianist Aurélien Pontier, Marina Chiche pays homage to Ginette Neveu—a prodigy violinist who died before her time and whom Poulenc considered to be the ‘equal’ of Menuhin and Heifetz.
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
Accompanied by pianist Aurélien Pontier, Marina Chiche pays homage to Ginette Neveu—a prodigy violinist who died before her time and whom Poulenc considered to be the ‘equal’ of Menuhin and Heifetz.
Symphonic Concert
8:30pm
8:30pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
Works by composer Augusta Holmes performed alongside excerpts from operas by Wagner, a composer she very much admired, writing in 1869, ‘The musical impression left by the The Rhinegold is the purest, the most grandiose and the most brilliant...
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
Works by composer Augusta Holmes performed alongside excerpts from operas by Wagner, a composer she very much admired, writing in 1869, ‘The musical impression left by the The Rhinegold is the purest, the most grandiose and the most brilliant...

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Activities