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Spring Arts Festival schedule announced

Spring Arts Festival schedule announced

By Cassandra Tanti - October 9, 2019

The line-up for the Monte Carlo Spring Arts Festival has been unveiled in a rather  unique way. A film written by artistic director of the festival, Marc Monnet, gave those present a taste of what the 2020 event will look like.

The next edition of the Spring Arts Festival will feature 31 live concerts and shows, an exhibition, a film screening and two digital installations. Before the festival and the concerts, visitors will have an opportunity to be a part of meetings and discussions with the artists.

“As you may have noticed, we are proposing strong themes this year,” said Mr Monnet, “including a major presence from Quebec, a cycle of French music, extra-European music with songs and dances from Bali and three days around the harpsichord.”

Public favourites will be brought back for this year’s show, including the “surprise trip”, concerts in apartments and concerts held outside the Principality.

The Monte Carlo Spring Arts Festival runs from 13th March until 11th April 2020. For more information go to:


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