Monaco to sparkle this Christmas with Golden Voices Stars Concerts

This December, the festive spirit in Monaco is set to reach new heights with the much-anticipated ‘Golden Voices Stars Concerts’ Christmas concert.

Organised by the renowned Vanina Aronica, the concert features an impressive lineup of professional artists and rising stars. Audiences can look forward to experiencing the powerful performances of Vanina Aronica herself, a classic crossover soprano and artistic director. Joining her are other luminaries such as Maria Salamone, a multi-award-winning poet, and Lorenzo Caltagirone, a lyric tenor honoured by the Pavarotti Foundation.

The event is not just a showcase of established talents. Emerging artists like Maurice Hadjadj, winner of the Golden Voices Senior Award 2022 – France, and Andrea Fabregas, 2023’s recipient of the same award from Spain, will also grace the stage. Emma Lombard, who won the Golden Voices Public Award in 2021, and Juliette Valle, the Junior Award winner of 2023 from Mexico, add to the lineup, alongside the fresh talents from The Golden Voices Academy and the Monaco Team of The Golden Voices Music Awards.

The concert promises a rich and varied program, blending classical music, popular variety, and traditional Christmas carols.

A collaboration of culture and art

This event is not just a musical concert but also a testament to collaborative cultural efforts. Partners such as MIMA Club Monaco, Rencontres Littéraires de Monaco, Associations Les Virtuoses, Belcan’Arts, and The Cannes Cinéma Academy have all contributed to making this concert a reality.

The organisers extend a warm invitation to all, hoping to draw a crowd that appreciates the beauty of music and the spirit of Christmas.

The event is scheduled for Saturday 16th December at 8pm at Espace Prince Jacques in Beausoleil.

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Photo supplied. This article was originally published on 13th November.