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Wednesday 5 and Saturday 8 April, 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm, Théâtre des Muses
Performances for children: Qu’ours poursuite (Bear Hunt)
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Speaking ahead of his home Grand Prix this weekend, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc says that he believes the “poor luck” he has experienced in Monaco, and more recently in Barcelona, will turn around.
With the season over, the focus of fans and of sporting directors across Europe has turned to the upcoming transfer window, which is already whirring into action.
An advanced premier screening of the new documentary film on legendary Formula 1 driver Sir Jackie Stewart saw both the man himself and Prince Albert II in attendance at One Monte-Carlo.
Decisions taken by the Automobile Club of Monaco (ACM) back in January, when the evolution of the pandemic was unclear, will impact this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, notably meaning no fan zones.
The ensemble is regularly invited to perform in prestigious venues such as the Ambronay Festival, the Claudio Monteverdi Festival in Cremona (Italy), the Seviqc Brežice Festival (Slovenia) and the Forum alte Musik Zürich as well as in several concerts in Basel. All of the artists have made a distinguished solo career, and actively participate in the productions of prestigious ensembles such as Jacques Moderne, Stradivaria, the Sacqueboutiers of Toulouse, Concerto Soave, the Folies Françoises, Pierre Robert, the Harmonic Poem, the Elements, A Sei Voci, Passions, Sit Fast, Baroque Crossings, Musicians of the Louvre, La Fenice, and The Spiritual Concert. On Tuesday, December 5, at 8:30 pm: "T'amo mia vita", under the direction of Tobias Wicky, includes sopranos Lia Andres and Christina Boner-Sutter, tenors Raphael Höhn and Dan Dunkelblum, baritone Tobias Wicky, Jan Thomer playing viola, Davide Benetti on bass and Ori Harmelin on theorbo. On Thursday, December 7, also at 8:30 pm, discover the works of Schmelzer, Buxtehude, Erlebach, Biber, Handel and Bach with “A Walk in Baroque Germany.” This performance features soprano Anne Magouët, Koji Yoda on baroque violin, Sibylle Schuetz-Carrière playing viola da gamba and Charlotte Marck on organ and harpsichord. Seating is limited and doors open at 8 pm.