This year, the Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary between 14 March and 13 April 2014 by transforming the Principality into a series of art, music, theatre and dance performances over five weekends.
Inaugurated by the iconic Princess Grace in 1984, the Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival began life as a series of baroque operas. It has since grown to include the visual arts establishing itself as one of the quintessential cultural events in Europe.
The festival attracts the world’s finest soloists, orchestras and ballets including the world-renowned Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra and Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo who are both regular fixtures. It is also an important platform for emerging musicians with specially designated ‘Young Talent’ programmes. This year’s edition will also include a number of master classes for the piano, cello, harpsichord and saxophone.
The performances take place in a variety of locations including some of Monaco’s most impressive venues such as the Grimaldi Forum, Auditorium Rainier III and the Empire Room. It has such wide reaching appeal that it is regularly attended by a string of high profile celebrities which have included Luciano Pavarotti and Michael Jackson.
For further information please visit the Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival website or contact your Insignia Lifestyle Boutique personal assistant.