Thematic Weekends

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Structured around a specific theme, genre, musician, instrument or geographic area, weekends at the Philharmonie offer the public a fresh take on music and its appreciation : new concert formats, family shows and activities, musical child-care…

2019-20 Season

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    DANNY ELFMAN WEEKEND 14 - 15 SEPTEMBER 2019
    Tim Burton’s favourite score composer is a multi-faceted artist. Looking beyond Batman and Alice in Wonderland, Danny Elfman’s ‘carte blanche’ is the opportunity to discover his work outside of film music.

  • © Gueorgui Pinkhassov / Magnum Photos

    SAINT PETERSBURG WEEKEND - DU 21 - 22 SEPTEMBER 2018
    Liturgy in the time of the tsars; opera at the Mariinsky Theatre; the intersection of arts in the Mussorgsky’s work... This weekend explores multiple facets of Saint Petersburg history.

  • © Youri Lenquette

    LES RITA MITSOUKO WEEKEND - DU 27 - 29 SEPTEMBER 2019
    Created in 1979, the beloved duo would have turned 40 this year. Catherine Ringer celebrates their music with a ‘carte blanche’ for the weekend.

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    NUIT BLANCHE - NIGHT OF 5 TO 6 OCTOBER 2019
    From the Studio to the Symphonic Hall, the entire Philharmonie is a musical dreamland from dusk until dawn.

  • © Roy Export

    CHARLIE CHAPLIN WEEKEND - 9 - 10 OCTOBER 2019
    In conjunction with the Charlie Chaplin, one-man band exhibition at the Musée de la musique, this weekend explores the musical world of the iconic tramp in the bowler hat.

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    ICELAND WEEKEND - 8 - 10 NOVEMBER 2019
    Europe’s most sparsely populated country boasts one of the most thriving music scenes. This weekend proves it, with two Björk albums revisited, minimalist ambiances woven by Ólafur Arnalds and the fairy of the group Amiina.

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    VERSAILLES DREAM - 15 - 17 NOVEMBER 2019
    For this weekend, Alexandre Tharaud has brought together numerous pianists to explore the myth of Versailles in music.

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    PIERRE HENRY WEEKEND - 20 - 24 NOVEMBER 2019
    The Philharmonie pays tribute to this pioneer in concrete music, the composer of such works as Messe pour le temps présent and La Dixième Symphonie.

  • © M.Flore / Agence VU

    ORCHESTRA FESTIVAL : EVENTS FOR FAMILIES - 29 NOVEMBER - 1 DECEMBER 2019
    This year, the Orchestra festival invites young audiences to discover and explore the world of music with special shows and concerts geared towards children ages 3 and up.

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    GLASS REGGIO WEEKEND - 6 - 8 DECEMBER 2019
    In the Native American Hopi language, qatsi means ‘life’. Between slow pieces and hypnotic loops, the Qatsi trilogy by Philip Glass and Godfrey Reggio explores the threat to life on earth.

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    ARTS FLO 40 WEEKEND - 20 - 22 DECEMBER 2019
    Founded in 1979 by William Christie, Les Arts Florissants celebrate 40 years as a leader in reinventing the performance of baroque music, with a momentous anniversary programme.

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    ROKIA TRAORÉ WEEKEND - 4 - 6 JANUARY 2020
    This weekend presents a portrait of prodigious Malian artist Rokia Troaré, exploring multiple facets of her talent.

  • © R.Guneriussen, courtesy Galerie Olivier Waltman

    STRING QUARTET BIENNIAL - 9 - 19 JANUARY 2020
    The sixteen Beethoven quartets performed over the course of this edition are juxtaposed with quartets by his predecessors and composers who have continued exploring the genre to the present day.

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    ALL BEETHOVEN WEEKEND - 18 - 21 JANUARY 2020
    Beethoven was baptised on 17 December 1770. In honour of this 250th anniversary, this weekend features Philippe Jordan conducting the Wiener Symphoniker, and Daniel Barenboim continuing his cycle of the complete piano sonatas.

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    BEETHOVEN AND MODERNITY WEEKEND - 25 - 26 JANUARY 2020
    Many are those who view Beethoven as their forefather—from Mahler to the Second Viennese School to modern-day composers—each claiming lineage to him in writing their history of modernity.

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    MAHMOUD DARWICH WEEKEND - 28 FEBRUARY - 1 MARCH 2020
    In this tribute to the great Palestinian poet who died in 2008, his poetry rings out in song, through the voices of Marcel Khalifé, Rodolphe Burger, the Bethlehem Children’s Chorus and Franck Tortiller.

  • © G.Richter/ Marian Goodman Gallery

    STEVE REICH WEEKEND - 7 - 8 march 2020
    This weekend offers a cross-section of the oeuvre of this American minimalist, alongside works by his elders and juniors. The key event is a premiere of a film by German painter Gerhard Richter. Steve Reich’s talk as part of the ‘Grand témoins’ conference series is also not-to-be-missed.

  • © C.Steele-Perkins/Magnum Photos

    MOSCOW WEEKEND - 14 - 15 MARCH 2020
    A musical weekend in Moscow, including two exceptional concerts by the Bolshoi Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Tugan Sokhiev.

  • © A.Leppala/ Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire

    ELLES WEEKEND - 19 - 22 MARCH 2020
    Main orchestra conductors are men, and the classic repertoire has mainly remembered male composers. This weekend celebrates women conductors, composers and performers who have made their mark in music.

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    WEILL BRECHT WEEKEND - 27 - 29 MARCH 2020
    Together, the composer and playwright conjured a new form of song and political music. From didactic, participatory pieces to cabaret, songs and radio cantata, rediscover the little-known hybrid creations of Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht.

  • © David Douglas Duncan © Succession Picasso 2019. Localisation : Paris, musée national Picasso - Paris. Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris)/ image RMN-GP

    PICASSO WEEKEND - 4 – 5 APRIL 2020
    His paintings abound with harlequin musicians and guitars. His decors and costumes brought Cubism to the stage. This weekend explores Picasso’s multiple and fascinating links with music, from flamenco to the Ballets Russes.

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    PASSIONS WEEKEND - 9 - 10 APRIL 2020
    The iconic music of Easter naturally evokes the passion of Christ. But there are others: here, the St John Passion conducted by Jordi Savall is juxtaposed with a concert screening of Dreyer’s Passion of Joan of Arc.

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    MAX RICHTER / YULIA MAHR WEEKEND - 8 - 10 MAY 2020
    A programme characterised by a certain vision of modernity, featuring three concerts by Max Richter, screenings of the work of Yulia Mahr, and guests from genres ranging from classical to electro.

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    CHILLS AND THRILLS WEEKEND - 16 - 17 MAY 2020
    Jaws and Dracula shown with live musical accompaniment, a children’s show based on Bertrand Santini and Laurent Gapaillard’s famous book Le Yark, and a dance of the dead... A weekend for lovers of chills and thrills!

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    AFRICA WEEKEND - 25 MAY - 4 JUNE 2020
    This concert series is a dialogue between Africa and the West: Afrofuturism intersects with tradition, Robyn Orlin meets Camille, the Kronos Quartet performs with griots, and Angélique Kidjo revisits the Talking Heads.

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    AMATEUR WEEKEND - 6 - 7 JUNE 2020
    Amateur harmony groups, brass bands, choirs and orchestras bring their music to the stage. Kicking off with a concert band competition, the weekend will also include concerts by participants in the Philharmonie’s musical practice workshops.

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    PAT METHENY WEEKEND - 13 - 14 JUNE 2020
    For legendary guitarist Pat Metheney’s first appearance at the Philharmonie, this weekend is dedicated to his diverse talents and influences—from Missouri to Brazil, and from Steve Reich to Ornette Coleman.

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    DÉMOS ORCHESTRAS WEEKEND - 19 - 21 JUNE 2020
    These three days of concerts mark the culmination of a year of collective musical practice with the Démos project, a social orchestra and music education programme for youth ages 7 to 12 who previously had not had the opportunity to play in an orchestra.

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  • Danny Elfman weekend
  • Saint petersburg weekend
  • Les Rita Mitsouko weekend
  • Nuit Blanche
  • Charlie Chaplin weekend
  • Iceland weekend
  • Versailles Dream
  • Pierre Henry weekend
  • Families weekend
  • Glass Reggio weekend
  • Arts flo 40 weekend
  • Rokia Traoré weekend
  • String Quartet Biennial
  • All Beethoven weekend
  • Beethoven and modernity weekend
  • Mahmoud Darwich weekend
  • Steve Reich weekend
  • Moscow weekend
  • Elles weekend
  • Weill / Brecht weekend
  • Week-end Picasso
  • Week-end Passions
  • Week-end Max Richter
  • Chills & trills weekend
  • Africa Weekend
  • Amateur Weekend
  • Pat Metheny Weekend
  • Démos orchestras Weekend
2019-2020 Weekends

DANNY ELFMAN WEEKEND - 14 - 15 SEPTEMBER 2019

SAINT PETERSBURG WEEKEND - DU 21 - 22 SEPTEMBER 2018

LES RITA MITSOUKO WEEKEND - DU 27 - 29 SEPTEMBER 2019

NUIT BLANCHE - NIGHT OF 5 TO 6 OCTOBER 2019

CHARLIE CHAPLIN WEEKEND - 9 - 10 OCTOBER 2019

ICELAND WEEKEND - 8 - 10 NOVEMBER 2019

VERSAILLES DREAM - 15 - 17 NOVEMBER 2019

PIERRE HENRY WEEKEND - 20 - 24 NOVEMBER 2019

ORCHESTRA FESTIVAL : EVENTS FOR FAMILIES - 29 NOVEMBER - 1 DECEMBER 2019

GLASS REGGIO WEEKEND - 6 - 8 DECEMBER 2019

ARTS FLO 40 WEEKEND - 20 - 22 DECEMBER 2019

ROKIA TRAORÉ WEEKEND - 4 - 6 JANUARY 2020

STRING QUARTET BIENNIAL - 9 - 19 JANUARY 2020

ALL BEETHOVEN WEEKEND - 18 - 21 JANUARY 2020

BEETHOVEN AND MODERNITY WEEKEND - 25 - 26 JANUARY 2020

MAHMOUD DARWICH WEEKEND - 28 FEBRUARY - 1 MARCH 2020

STEVE REICH WEEKEND - 7 - 8 march 2020

MOSCOW WEEKEND - 14 - 15 MARCH 2020

ELLES WEEKEND - 19 - 22 MARCH 2020

WEILL BRECHT WEEKEND - 27 - 29 MARCH 2020

PICASSO WEEKEND - 4 - 5 APRIL 2020

PASSIONS WEEKEND - 9 - 10 APRIL 2020

MAX RICHTER / YULIA MAHR WEEKEND - 8 - 10 MAY 2020

CHILLS AND THRILLS WEEKEND - 16 - 17 MAY 2020

AFRICA WEEKEND - 25 MAY - 4 JUNE 2020

AMATEUR WEEKEND - 6 - 7 JUNE 2020

PAT METHENY WEEKEND - 13 - 14 JUNE 2020

DÉMOS ORCHESTRAS WEEKEND - 19 - 21 JUNE 2020

2018-19 Season

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    1ST PIERRE BOULEZ BIENNIAL - 3-8 SEPTEMBER 2018
    This first edition of the Pierre Boulez Biennial, a joint initiative by the Philharmonie and Daniel Barenboim carried out simultaneously in Paris and Berlin, offers a dialogue between his heritage as a musician and the themes of history and creation.

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    BOSTON WEEKEND - 15-16 SEPTEMBER 2018
    Two of the city’s leading musical groups, the Boston Camerata, an early music ensemble founded in 1954, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, directed by Andris Nelsons since 2014, convene at the Philharmonie.

  • © Geoffrey H. Short/Courtesy LA Noble Gallery

    WAGNER WEEKEND: THE RING - 22-23 SEPTEMBER 2018
    Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Orchestra in Siegfried and Twilight of the Gods, the second and third days of Der Ring des Nibelungen. The weekend will also feature kid-friendly Wagner for younger audiences.

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    ZAPPA WEEKEND - 29-30 SEPTEMBER 2018
    Frank Zappa’s eclectic universe plays freely with styles, from rock to contemporary music. The weekend offers a portrait in two albums (The Perfect Stranger, The Yellow Shark) and an off-the-wall oratorio (200 Motels).

  • © C. Harvey

    NUIT BLANCHE WEEKEND - 6 OCTOBER 2018
    Spend an entire night immersed in classical and pop music and contemporary art. Explore the oeuvre of Satie from dusk until dawn, or meander from the New York music scene to the universe of Xavier Veilhan.

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    JAPAN WEEKEND (1) - 12-15 OCTOBER 2018
    This first in a two-part series, to be continued in February, explores the major musical genres making up Japan’s “intangible cultural heritage”, from Bunraku puppet theatre to Gagaku court music.

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    SPIRIT WEEKEND - 20-21 OCTOBER 2018
    Interweaving tradition and the avant-garde in hypnotising postmodern expression, Arvo Pärt takes centre stage this weekend, with classics such as Fratres and recent scores.

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    MUSICALS WEEKEND (1) - 3-4 NOVEMBER 2018
    In honour of the Museum exhibition, a weekend of ‘ciné-concerts’ featuring the greatest musical films with live accompaniment: Mary Poppins, West Side Story, and Jesus Christ Superstar.

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    WAR AND PEACE WEEKEND - 9-11 NOVEMBER 2018
    Different ways of commemorating 11 November, Armistice Day: a cello back from war, dance choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, a concert as a hymn for peace.

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    ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER WEEKEND - 17-19 NOVEMBER 2018
    Organic connections with music are a signature of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s work. Here, she tunes her craft to Bach in a dialogue with cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras.

  • © P. Rousteau

    ORCHESTRA FESTIVAL WEEKEND: DEBUSSY/RAVEL - 23-25 NOVEMBER 2018
    The most prestigious French orchestras come together to celebrate the richness of French music through the works of Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel. A weekend of concerts punctuated by a wide array of other activities.

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    MUSIC IN IMAGES WEEKEND - 30 NOVEMBER - 2 DECEMBER 2018
    Michel Legrand gave the film world the unforgettable scores of Parapluies de Cherbourg and Yentl. Chassol continues to reinvent the relationship between music and recorded images. Audi talents and the Philharmonie de Paris join forces in honouring these two influential figures.

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    ROBERT DOISNEAU WEEKEND - 5-11 DECEMBER 2018
    Artists such as Moriarty, Daniel Pennac, Mathieu Amalric, and Babx come together to pay tribute to Robert Doisneau in music, images, and words.

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    EMERGING TALENTS WEEKEND - 14-16 DECEMBER 2018
    A happening, a culinary performance, young talents, women artists… A weekend dedicated to emerging new forms of musical invention, at the edges of established figures and genres.

  • © Hélène Jeanbrau - Ciné Tamaris

    MUSICALS WEEKEND (2) - 21-23 DECEMBER 2018
    Musicals have long been a source of inspiration in jazz, a tradition continued by Thomas de Pourquery and The Amazing Keystone Big Band. This second weekend in association with the Museum exhibition explores film scores from Disney to Singin’ in the Rain.

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    BERLIOZ WEEKEND (1) - 11-13 JANUARY 2019
    Harold in Italy, Summer Nights, The Childhood of Christ. On the 150th anniversary of the death of Berlioz, this weekend explores different facets of his work: secular and sacred, romantic and ancient.

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    SCARE ME! WEEKEND - 19-20 JANUARY 2019
    Spooky monsters, animals from fables, ghosts and vampires... Drawing from tales for children and for adults, comics and film, this weekend culminates in a ‘ciné-concert’ (screening with live accompaniment) of Murnau’s Nosferatu.

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    LIEDER WEEKEND - 25-27 JANUARY 2019
    Big names and rising stars sing Lied in every tone and every range, from the classics—Schubert and Schumann—to its metamorphoses at the end of the Romantic period.

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    BERIO+ WEEKEND - 1-3 FEBRUARY 2019
    Looking beyond the classics such as Sinfonia and the virtuoso Sequenze, we will discover some of Berio’s lesser-known works: his animal fables and his reinvention of Orfeo.

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    JAPAN WEEKEND (2) - 6-10 FEBRUARY 2019
    From Noh theatre to Joe Hisaishi’s music for the films of Hayao Miyazaki, we explore the weaving together of ancient traditions and contemporary productions in Japanese culture.

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    MAHLER WEEKEND - 15-17 FEBRUARY 2019
    Three symphonies, including the rare “Symphony of a Thousand”, The Song of the Earth in two versions, and the Lieder by Alma Mahler. The finest musicians come together to pay tribute to Mahler.

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    SYRIA WEEKEND - 9-10 MARCH 2019
    Tribute to a war-torn country of rich traditions and culture: whirling dervishes, songs of Aleppo, and a dialogue between cultures orchestrated by Jordi Savall.

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    ORGANS WEEKEND - 23-24 MARCH 2019
    Celebrating the organ, “king of instruments”, in all its combinations: alone, in concerto form (as with Poulenc) or blended into an orchestra (as with Strauss).

  • © S. Franklin/Magnum Photos

    BUDAPEST WEEKEND - 29-31 MARCH 2019
    A journey through Hungarian repertoires, from gypsy music to the composers Bartók, Kodály, and Kurtág.

  • © B. Lacombe

    THE LABÈQUE WAY WEEKEND - 5-7 APRIL 2019
    Katia and Marielle Labèque explore multiple musical universes, from classical to minimalism, but also return to their Basque birthplace.

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    ELECTRO DREAM WEEKEND - 13-14 APRIL 2019
    An extension of the Museum’s exhibition on electronic music, this weekend puts the spotlight on the French electronic scene, with headliners Étienne de Crécy and Arnaud Rebotini.

  • © Alain Willaume/Tendance Floue

    RACHMANINOFF WEEKEND - 27-28 APRIL 2019
    A vision of virtuoso composer Sergei Rachmaninoff through his complete concertos for piano and orchestra.

  • © Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos

    CUBA / AFRICA WEEKEND - 4-5 MAY 2019
    Exploring the roots and cross-cultural dimensions of Cuban music in the company of Mory Kanté, Chucho Valdés, Las Maravillas de Mali, and Orchestra Baobab.

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    CIRCUS WEEKEND - 10-12 MAY 2019
    A dialogue between piano and circus artists. A rereading of Shostakovich by the Circa acrobats. These surprising encounters between circus and music leave us wondering which of the two is setting the rhythm.

  • © Rene Burri/Magnum Photos

    PHILIP GLASS WEEKEND: PASSAGES - 17-19 MAY 2019
    The scores of Philip Glass revisited by today’s musicians. His piano remixed, his Etudes shared with nine pianists, a rereading by Anoushka Shankar of the album recorded with Ravi Shankar. Passages of his music, with a twist.

  • © Pierre-Olivier Deschamps / Agence VU

    BERLIOZ WEEKEND (2) - 24-26 MAY 2019
    The Te Deum is monumental, Lélio is a confession, Euphonia is a utopia: 150 years after the death of Berlioz, his music belongs as much to the future as it does to the past.

  • © Arja Hyytiainen / Agence VU

    AMATEURS WEEKEND - 8-10 JUNE 2019
    Philharmonie workshop groups, brass bands, company choirs, doctor musicians, conservatory flautists... Each year, the Philharmonie opens its doors to amateur singers and instrumentalists of all ages.

  • © Bernard Moninot/Courtesy Galerie Baudoin Lebon

    JAZZ IN FRENCH WEEKEND - 15-16 JUNE 2019
    A weekend offering a rich panorama of French jazz of all styles and formats, celebrating its cheering vitality.

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    DÉMOS ORCHESTRA WEEKEND - 21-23 JUNE 2019
    Three days of concerts marking the culmination of a year’s collective musical practice.

  • © Paul Rousteau

    FINALE WEEKEND - 28-29 JUNE – 2 JULY 2019
    For the season finale, two vast twentieth-century operas—Stockhausen’s Samstag aus Licht and Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen—that, each in their own way, examine human nature.

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  • Pierre Boulez biennial
  • Boston Weekend
  • Wagner - The Ring Weekend
  • Zappa Weekend
  • Nuit blanche Weekend
  • Japan (1) Weekend
  • Spirit Weekend
  • Musicals (1) Weekend
  • War and Peace Weekend
  • Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker Weekend
  • Debussy / Ravel Weekend
  • Music in Images Weekend
  • Robert Doisneau Weekend
  • Emerging talents Weekend
  • Musicals (2) Weekend
  • Berlioz 1 Weekend
  • Scare me Weekend
  • Lieder Weekend
  • Berio Weekend
  • Japan (2) Weekend
  • Mahler Weekend
  • Syria Weekend
  • Organs Weekend
  • Budapest Weekend
  • The Labeque Way Weekend
  • Electro Dream Weekend
  • Rachmaninoff Weekend
  • Cuba / Africa Weekend
  • Circus Weekend
  • Philip Glass Weekend
  • Berlioz 2 Weekend
  • Amateurs Weekend
  • Jazz in French Weekend
  • Démos Orchestra Weekend
  • Finale Weekend
2018-2019 Weekends

1ST PIERRE BOULEZ BIENNIAL - 3-8 SEPTEMBER 2018

BOSTON WEEKEND - 15-16 SEPTEMBER 2018

WAGNER WEEKEND: THE RING - 22-23 SEPTEMBER 2018

ZAPPA WEEKEND - 29-30 SEPTEMBER 2018

NUIT BLANCHE WEEKEND - 6 OCTOBER 2018

JAPAN WEEKEND (1) - 12-15 OCTOBER 2018

SPIRIT WEEKEND - 20-21 OCTOBER 2018

MUSICALS WEEKEND (1) - 3-4 NOVEMBER 2018

WAR AND PEACE WEEKEND - 9-11 NOVEMBER 2018

ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER WEEKEND - 17-19 NOVEMBER 2018

ORCHESTRA FESTIVAL WEEKEND: DEBUSSY/RAVEL - 23-25 NOVEMBER 2018

MUSIC IN IMAGES WEEKEND - 30 NOVEMBER - 2 DECEMBER 2018

ROBERT DOISNEAU WEEKEND - 5-11 DECEMBER 2018

EMERGING TALENTS WEEKEND - 14-16 DECEMBER 2018

MUSICALS WEEKEND (2) - 21-23 DECEMBER 2018

BERLIOZ WEEKEND (1) - 11-13 JANUARY 2019

SCARE ME! WEEKEND - 19-20 JANUARY 2019

LIEDER WEEKEND - 25-27 JANUARY 2019

BERIO+ WEEKEND - 1-3 FEBRUARY 2019

JAPAN WEEKEND (2) - 6-10 FEBRUARY 2019

MAHLER WEEKEND - 15-17 FEBRUARY 2019

SYRIA WEEKEND - 9-10 MARCH 2019

ORGANS WEEKEND - 23-24 MARCH 2019

BUDAPEST WEEKEND - 29-31 MARCH 2019

THE LABÈQUE WAY WEEKEND - 5-7 APRIL 2019

ELECTRO DREAM WEEKEND - 13-14 APRIL 2019

RACHMANINOFF WEEKEND - 27-28 APRIL 2019

CUBA / AFRICA WEEKEND - 4-5 MAY 2019

CIRCUS WEEKEND - 10-12 MAY 2019

PHILIP GLASS WEEKEND: PASSAGES - 17-19 MAY 2019

BERLIOZ WEEKEND (2) - 24-26 MAY 2019

AMATEURS WEEKEND - 8-10 JUNE 2019

JAZZ IN FRENCH WEEKEND - 15-16 JUNE 2019

DÉMOS ORCHESTRA WEEKEND - 21-23 JUNE 2019

FINALE WEEKEND - 28-29 JUNE – 2 JULY 2019

Enfants & familles carré

Families & children

You wish to awaken the interest of your children, grandchildren, nephews, nieces in music… to give them the opportunity to discover concerts, activities and exhibitions which are rich, varied and suitable for their age-group? You’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the whole family.