TALKS




 
In the lead-up to some of the concerts, esteemed musicologists, publishers, historians and philosophers will introduce audiences
to the composers or pieces that will be performed that night.

Some talks with the artists are also planned, do not miss these special moments !

[Booking required : +377 97 98 32 90]

 
  • Friday 15 march

18.30 - Auditorium Rainier III
Which kind of pianist was Beethoven ? by Corinne Schneider, musicologist

 

  • Saturday 16 march

11.30 - Café de la Rotonde, Opéra Garnier
François-Frédéric Guy, piano - with David Christoffel, musicologist

18.30 - Auditorium Rainier III
Conducting from the piano by Christian Merlin, musicologist

 

  • Sunday 17 march

16.30 - Hôtel de Paris
Beethoven, heir or reinventor of the quartet ? by Hélène Cao, musicologist

 

  • Friday 22 march

18.30 - Hôtel de Paris
Beethoven's last quartets by Marc Dumont, music historian

 

  • Saturday 23 march


11.30 - Café de la Rotonde, Opéra Garnier
Philippe Bianconi, piano - with David Christoffel, musicologist

18.30 - Auditorium Rainier III
Brahms before his soloists by David Christoffel, musicologist

 

  • Friday 29 march

18.30 - Musée océanographique
Is the alto the fifth wheel in the quartet ? by Tristan Labouret, musicologist

 

  • Saturday 30 march

11.30 - Café de la Rotonde, Opéra Garnier
Renaud Capuçon, violon - with David Christoffel, musicologist

18.30 - Hôtel de Paris
Being a quartet by Jean-Claire Vançon, musicologist

 
  • Sunday 31 march

16.30 - Crazy Fish Monte-Carlo / Grimaldi Forum
Bartók's concertos: studiedly popular music by Martin Guerpin, musicologist

  • Friday 5 april

18.30 - Eglise Saint-Charles
Heinrich Schütz : beyond religions by Annick Dubois, musicologist

 

  • Saturday 6 april

18.30 - Association des Jeunes de Monaco / Parking des Pêcheurs - niveau 2
Karlheinz Stockhausen or art as a vector for the sacred by Bastien Gallet, philosopher

 

  • Sunday 7 april

11.30 - Café de la Rotonde, Opéra Garnier
Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello - with David Christoffel, musicologist

16.30 - Auditorium Rainier III
Kagel or the playing down of music by Omer Corlaix, editor and David Christoffel, musicologist

 
  • Sunday 14 april

16.30 - Hôtel de Paris
Mongolian music and song, an overtone world between the steppe and the Altai by Johanni Curtet, ethnomusicologist



> €10 or free for concert ticketholders
Talks will begin promptly, admission to the talks will be denied to latecomers. Cocktail offered after some talks.



Photo ©JM Emportes