Music to the fore!

Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
MUSICAL INTERLUDES / HALL OF COLUMNS / Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
Saturday 23 June at 2:30 p.m. / 3:30 p.m. / 5 p.m.

Schedule

Start: 2.30 pm / 3.30pm / 5pm
Duration: 0hr15

Accessibility

General public
Ticket (excluding admission ticket to the exhibition)
Free

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Presentation

On the last Saturday of every month (March to June), come and explore the exhibition to the sound of live music.

The programme includes arias, canons and drinking songs taken from serious and drinking song collections by J.-B. Lully, M.-A. Charpentier, H. Purcell, F. Couperin, J.-B.-C. Ballard, J. Bodin de Boismortier and others.

CAST:

  •    Ileana Ortiz, soprano
  •    Astrid Dupuis, soprano
  •    Paul Rousseau, viola da gamba
  •    Kévin Manent, harpsichord

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