News "Art & Culture"

Lego Workshop at the Bibliothèque Caroline tomorrow
16 July 2019 - 08h30
Free animation and registration required for children from 6 years from 4pm to 5 :30pm.
CREM offers places for rehearsals of concerts at the Palace
16 July 2019 - 08h00
Direction, Alain Altinoglu, Mezzo-soprano, Nora Gubish. 10 places are offered and reserved for the CREM member. See you tomorrow in the courtyard of the Palace at 8h30pm
Les Petits Chanteurs de Monaco in the United Kingdom
14 July 2019 - 13h20
The Monaco Embassy in the UK hosted, earlier this month in London, the Petits Chanteurs de Monaco who began their concert tour on the British territory. The choir was performed by special permission at the Royal Chapel of St. Peter Ad Vincula in the Tower of London, then at the Helvetic Church in London. The Petits Chanteurs will continue their tour with a concert at Notre Dame de France, their third and last performance in the capital, before heading north to England and Scotland.
International Organ Festival at 5pm at the Cathedral
14 July 2019 - 13h16
Programme: Organ with four hands and four feet.
Melody Gardot on stage in the Salle Garnier
12 July 2019 - 15h09
The American artist will perform at 8:30pm for the Monte-Carlo Sporting Supper Festival. The gates will open at 8pm. Jacket required by the dress code.
International organ festival this evening
12 July 2019 - 14h24
A cinema-concert, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer, 1928), will be set at the Monaco Cathedral this evening at 8pm.
Summer starts on the Port Hercule
12 July 2019 - 12h10
Several animations organized by the city hall are available until August 25th on the Port. A padel court, another basketball one and an electrical kart track share the space with pergolas, benches and a kiosk.
Launch of the « Chaumet en Majesté: Joyaux de souveraines depuis 1980 » exhibition
12 July 2019 - 09h36
It can be visited until August 28th at the Espace Diaghilev in the Grimaldi Forum. This exhibition unveils rare pieces, some of which are displayed to the public’s eyes for the first time. Orchestrated by Stéphane Bern and Christophe Vachaudez, it includes 250 jewellery creations, artworks and exceptional historical pieces.