As a preamble to some of the concerts, eminent musicologists will offer the public an appreciation
of the composers or their works that can be heard that evening that’s as instructive as it is convivial,
and has been acclaimed by the public for many years.

Friday 16 March – 6.30 pm – Grimaldi Forum

Charles Ives the Visionary

Philippe Albéra, Musicologist


Saturday 17 March – 6.30 pm - Musée Jean Cocteau
collection Séverin Wunderman, Menton

Robin, Marion or the Origins of Profane Music
Omer Corlaix, Publisher
David Christoffel, Musicologist


Friday 23 March – 6.30 pm - Salle des mariages,
Mairie de Monaco

Charles Ives, or The Shadow of the Absent Father
Max Noubel, Musicologist


Sunday 25 March – 4.30 pm - Musée océanographique

A Mozart-Ives diptych
Camille Prost, Philosopher


Sunday 1 April – 4.30 pm - Théâtre Princesse Grace

Mozart: The Music of the Enlightenment
Emmanuel Hondré, Musicologist


Friday 6 April – 6.30 pm - Théâtre des Variétés

Why are Operas Getting Shorter?
Tristan Labouret, Musicologist


Saturday 7 April – 6.30 pm - Yacht Club de Monaco

The Clarinet X-Rayed
Corinne Schneider, Musicologist

€10 or free for concert ticketholders

Booking required: + 377 97 98 32 90 (limited space)

Free refreshments will be served at the end of the talks (excluding that of 16 March and sundays).
Talks will begin promptly, admission to the talks will be denied to latecomers.