Music and audiences are coming back to the Philharmonie de Paris!
Following the latest government announcements, the Philharmonie de Paris is preparing to reopen its doors to the public. This is a major event for Les Arts Florissants which, despite being in residency in this predtigious Parisian institution, has not been able to give a public concert there for the last 6 months.
To celebrate this long-awaited reunion, William Christie will conduct Bach's Magnificat on May 31 and June 1 in Salle Boulez, with the choir and orchestra of Les Arts Florissants finally reunited for the occasion.
And since nothing stops the music, the Philharmonie de Paris has unveiled the first part of its 2021-22 season, featuring Les Arts Florissants in five grand concerts, a music lesson, and several workshops:
- Partenope by Handel (opera) with the laureates of the 10th edition of Le Jardin des Voix
- "La Fontaine, l'homme et le poète" (concert)
- "Grand Siècle" (concert)
- L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato de Handel (concert)
- "Airs sérieux et à boire, vol.4" (concert)
- Le Jardin des Voix (music lesson)
- Noël avec Les Arts Florissants (workshops)
We cannot begin to express our immense joy at this long-awaited reunion!