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The Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival presents its 2019 programming

The Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival presents its 2019 programming

By Staff Writer - October 4, 2018

The Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival will include 22 concerts and a film, between March 15th and April 14th, 2019. The concerts will take place across nine places of worship.

HRH the Princess of Hanover with Marc Monnet, Artistic Advisor of the Festival, on the right, and Jérôme Froissart, Secretary General of AMADE Mondiale, on the left © Directorate of Communication / Stéphane Danna
HRH the Princess of Hanover with Marc Monnet, Artistic Advisor of the Festival, on the right, and Jérôme Froissart, Secretary General of AMADE Mondiale, on the left © Directorate of Communication / Stéphane Danna

On Wednesday, October 3, Marc Monnet, Artistic Advisor, presented the 2019 program in the presence of HRH Princess of Hanover, President of the Festival, Patrice Cellario, Ministerial Advisor Interior and Jean-Charles Curau, Secretary General of the Festival and Director of Cultural Affairs.

Focusing on two musical genres, the Concerto and the String Quartet, this 35th edition will also give pride of place to the piano by plunging without limits into the repertoire of the instrument.

The festival will offer a tribute to two figures of the 20th century – Mauricio Kagel and Karlheinz Stockhausen. For the closing concert, he will open his borders to Mongolian crosstalk vocals, which means to produce two sounds simultaneously.

Meetings with the artists and a surprise trip will punctuate the varied program.

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