Take your pick from Vincent Peirani’s invitation to travel to the Far East, Frédéric Pattar’s dialogue with George Crumb, Zad Moultaka’s composition inspired by the Tibetan Book of the Dead, or Fred Pallem’s interpretation of François de Roubaix’s movie soundtracks! Go on a musical journey to Brazil, Portugal or Cairo or put on your dancing shoes for the wild and wonderful Bal de l’Afrique Enchantée – the Ile de France is your stage!
For its 40th edition, Festival d’Ile de France is coming back to Paris and surrounding areas (September 3 to October 9, 2016) and brings with it a sweet, sweet melange of classical, contemporary and international music.
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This year’s programme includes 33 concerts to be held across 29 venues in and around Paris. The venues include churches, chateaus, former factories and gardens, including some that are normally inaccessible to the general public. There are also some interesting workshops, masterclasses, conferences, film screenings and meet-ups with the performing artists that are being organised during the festival.
Festival d’Ile de France
September 3 – October 9, 2016
Various concerts at several venues across Paris and Ile de France.
The complete schedule for the Festival d’Ile-de-France is available here in PDF. To stay updated about any changes or cancellations, follow Festival d’Ile-de-France on Facebook. Tickets can be booked via individual event pages on the Festival’s Facebook page or directly here.