Beaulieu classic festival

Over the years, the Beaulieu Classic Festival has become the must-attend event for music lovers passionate about classical music.

For 8 days, Beaulieu-sur-mer celebrates classical music and offers to the public concerts of high quality while highlighting several prestigious or unsual places, a true discovery of the Berlugan heritage. The launch day will be a great celebration on the Petite Afrique beach (free admission) featuring a Tango program “An evening in Buenos Aires” (composers: Piazzolla and Palmeri) with 50 choristers and 9 musicians.

Programme:

Saturday 14th
– Walk in the city of pianist Steve Villa-Massone
– Conservatory Youth Orchestra – Marinoni square – 3pm – free admission
– “An Evening in Buenos Aires” – PACA Regional Choir – 8pm – Beach of Petite Afrique
Free admission by reservation at the tourist office, or on www.beaulieuclassicfestival.com

Sunday 15
– Musical brunch – Stella Almondo (Piano) – Casino – 10.30 am
– “The Voice of the Guitar” – Miloš Karadaglić – La Rotonde Lenôtre – 8 pm
Tasting of a glass of champagne at the end of the concert

Monday 16th
“Looking For Beethoven” – Pascal Amoyel (Piano and texts) – Casino – 8 pm

Wednesday 18
“Between Classical and Cinema” – Jean-Félix Lalanne (Guitar) and Cécile Bonhomme (Harp) – Anglican Church – 8 pm

Thursday 19th
Trio Wanderer – Hôtel Royal Riviera – 8 pm – Concert followed by a prestigious aperitif

Friday 20
“Andalucia mi amor…” – Musical Evening with Lyric Gala Dinner – Aperitif by the pool with synchronized swimming show, accompanied by acoustic musicians.
Hotel Royal Riviera – 7:30 pm – Spanish dress code

Saturday 21
The Squillante ensemble (9 Clarinets and saxophones) – Casino – 8pm
Followed by a cocktail reception.

Detailed programme here

Rates (except 14/09, free evening): from 30 to €35 – numbered seats
Special rates – evenings only on reservation:
Musical brunch on 15/09 – 60€
Prestige aperitif on 19/09 – 40€
Gala dinner on 20/09 – 120€
Cocktail dinner on 21/09 – 45€

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