What’s On In Monaco? 10th – 17th July

Whether its organs, jazz or popular global megastars like Macklemore you love. It’s all happening in Monaco this week. If music isn’t what your after then why not check out the incredible Chincese Forbidden City or get fit with Pilates? All this and more featured in this weeks exclusive ‘What’s On In Monaco’ guide…
Monday 10th July

West End in Monaco

Taking place at the International School of Monaco why not sign your kids up to this brilliant summer workshop for teens. From the 10th to the 14th July,  the sessions are in acting, singing and dancing and aimed at children aged 11 to 18.

The prices:

  • 1 week €390 per student (€300 euros sibling rate)
  • 80 euros per day

Organized by Stage Acts Entertainment and the International School of Monaco.

For more information:

  • Phone: +33 9 50 74 98 89
  • Email: info@stageactsentertainment.com
  • Website at: West End in Monaco
Tuesday 11th July

Yoga Pilates Moves

Taking place at Larvotto Beach, why not join these wonderful workshops, in English and French, led by Raphaele Lecharpentier, including a series of stretches and postures designed to strengthen core muscles and improve posture.

  • duration 1h
  • CREM member and one guest, complementary first session
  • numbers limited
  • meet at the fountain at the end of promenade du Larvotto

Participants should bring a yoga mat or beach towel, and dress in sportswear. Further private sessions available for a fee.

For more information:

Wednesday 12th July

Live Jazz: Nicolas Viccaro tribute to Tony Williams

In the jazz lounge at Note Bleue there are two incredible performances, on 12th and 13th July, by drummer Nicolas Viccaro with a tribute project to Tony Williams.

  • free entry
  • 21:00-midnight

For more information:

Thursday 13th July 

Apero Bastille 2017

Taking place at Stars n Barsthis celebration of French culture is on the upper floor StarDeck. Enjoy an aperitif on the day before French national day and also enjoy French food and culture with entertainment for adults and kids accompanied by a DJ and live music.

  • free entry
  • 18:30, vin d’honneur
  • live music with the Gypsy Princes
  • restaurant reservations from 20:00

Organized in partnership with the Union des Francais de l’Etranger (UFE).

For more information:

Friday 14th July 

La Cite Interdite a Monaco – “The Forbidden City in Monaco”,

An incredible summer art exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum in which curators Jean-Paul Desroches and Wang Yuegong have gathered around 200 items from the Chinese palace, European and American collections.

From 14th July to 10th September in the venue’s Espace Ravel, a summer art exhibition about life in the imperial court of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) of China.

The exhibition is designed to give visitors the impression of strolling through the palace and gardens of the Forbidden City.

  • daily, 10:00-20:00
  • late opening until 22:00 every Thursday

For more information:

Saturday 15th July

Live Music: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

At the Salle des Etoiles: Sporting d’ere and as part of the Sporting Summer Festival concert, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis perform for a standing only audience.

  • tickets €103.50
  • 19:30 doors open, 20:30 concert starts
  • smart dress
  • children +7 only, accompanied by parents

For more information:

Sunday 16th July 

Organ Festival 2017: Hommage a Julius Reubk

At the Monaco Cathedral, a stunning organ and piano recital by organist Olivier Vernet and pianist Muza Rubackyte. They will perform a musical tribute to Julius Reubke, with music by Reubke, and by Liszt. The performance is part of the 12th International Organ Festival of Monaco, from 2 July to 20 August.

  • free entry, open to the public

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