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Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
MEETING AROUND THE CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION / OUTSIDE THE WALLS / SAINTE-CROIX NEIGHBORHOOD / Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
Sunday 8 April at 12 a.m.

Schedule

Start: 12am
Duration: 1hr15

Accessibility

General public
Without booking
Free

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Presentation

This encounter presents the catalogue of the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ temporary exhibition.

With:

  •   Laurent CROIZIER, deputy director of development and communications at the Opéra National de Bordeaux
  •   Laurence CHESNEAU-DUPIN, Curator - Cultural director of the Fondation pour la culture et les civilisations du vin

In partnership with Escale du Livre

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