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Musicora, the classical music fair, will take place at the Palais Brongniart, a partner of the event.
Do not miss this unique event with its new format on 11, 12 and 13 May 2012. Discover a magical venue and let the music fill your soul!
Artists at the heart of the event
The fair creates the link between, musicians, professionals and the public. Here, people meet for prestigious concerts, recitals by up-and-coming talents, musical interpretation courses, debates and conferences to share the same passion.
150 exhibitors, 15000 visitors, a unique venue
Professionals, such as Michel Blanc (actor), Renaud Capuçon, Didier Lockwood (violinist), Henri Dutilleux (composer), Benoit Duteurtre (writer and musicologist), Macha Makeïeff (director), Dominque Meyer (director of the Vienna Opera), Ethienne Vatelot (stringed-instrument maker)… have placed their confidence in the team of the Musicora fair.
A discovery trail has been created to introduce young and old to the pleasure of music, while providing information about its history. A new ticketing service, workshops for young and old, stands devoted to teaching and new technologies, the presence of instrument makers and retailers...The fair has taken on a whole new dimension and provides a wide range of activities and services to meet the expectations of visitors.
Musicora will be full of surprises. Over 3 days, prestigious concerts and recitals by up-and-coming artists will be the highlights of this unique musical event. The different stages at the Palais Brongniart will host numerous performances by well-know artists and up-and-coming talents. Focus on 2 leading musicians at the event: Didier Lockwood and Jean-François Zygel.
The improvisation concert entitled "Variations on Debussy" will close the fair with 2 major artists: Jean-François Zygel on piano and Didier Lockwood on violin. These famous musicians have greatly contributed to making classical music more accessible to a broad public through broadcasts and educational activities. They were naturally keen to participate in this celebration of music, its teaching and artists. Concerts and meetings to delight the visitors...
Musicora celebrates classical music from 11 to 13 May 2012, at the Palais Brongniart in Paris.