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The annual Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival starts on November 16 at the Salle Garnier and promises to be its usual eclectic self.
Under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert, the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival – now in its 12th edition – brings together renowned jazz musicians in the prestigious Salle Garnier at the Opera de Monte-Carlo.
The festival brings together performances by internationally celebrated jazz artists including Marcus Miller, who will perform at the opening night, followed by Stacey Kent, Texas, Christophe and many more.
For the closing evening, the The Puppini Sisters, now regarded as one of the world’s leading close-harmony group, will share the stage with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox.
Tickets, from €80, are available online.
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