Echoing the Monet/Rothko exhibition, the musée des impressionnismes Giverny invites you to attend the second edition of its piano festival, alternating French and American music.
Friday, May 27, discover French music mixed with Franco-American poetry with Vanessa Wagner and Romane Bohringer.
- Public: Adults, Families
- Duration: 1h
- Price: €20 | €18
Purchase on our website (increased price for management fees) or at the museum cash desks, subject to availability. No reservations can be made by phone.
By pianist Vanessa Wagner
By actress Romane Bohringer
Reading of the work I’ll be the fire by Diglee, which brings together French and American poetesses from the end of the 19th century to the present day.
The Piano Festival
The musée des impressionnismes Giverny invites you to attend the second edition of its piano festival. International pianist Vanessa Wagner has done the honor of being its artistic director.
With an extensive musical program, from electro to baroque music, chamber music and jazz, the museum has already invited both the cellists Gautier Capuçon and Camille Thomas, but also the Opéra de Rouen and Les Arts Florissants by William Christie.
Music is indeed at the heart of creation and because the museum reflects these diverse forms, this piano festival will allow you to discover the Franco-American universe in three performances, in connection with the exhibition Monet/Rothko.
This year, Vanessa Wagner, musical director of the event, will inaugurate this musical weekend with a piano-reading duo with Romane Bohringer, on Friday evening May 27, and will be followed by Jean-Marc Luisada on Saturday May 28, then by Marie-Laure Garnier, soprano, accompanied on the piano by Célia Oneto Bensaid, on Sunday May 29.
In partnership with Yamaha.
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