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Recital Simon Trpčeski
3 Mar2024

Recital Simon Trpčeski

PIANO RECITAL
Season 23/24
Simon TRPČESKI, Piano
CHOPIN, MOZART, TCHAÏKOVSKY/PLETNEV, BEETHOVEN, PROKOFIEV
PROGRAM CHANGE
18h00
Symphonic Concert
10 Mar2024

Symphonic Concert

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Charles DUTOIT, Conductor
Martha ARGERICH, Piano

FAURÉ, BEETHOVEN, STRAVINSKY
SOLD OUT
18h00
Symphonic Concert
14 Apr2024

Symphonic Concert

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Tarmo PELTOKOSKI, Conductor
Chen REISS, Soprano

BERG, MAHLER
18h00
Recital
28 Apr2024

Recital

RECITAL
Season 23/24
Sergey KHACHATRYAN, Violin
Alexandre KANTOROW, Piano

MOZART, BABADJANIAN, DEBUSSY, FRANCK
18h00
Recital Seong-Jin Cho
3 May2024

Recital Seong-Jin Cho

PIANO RECITAL
Season 23/24
Seong-Jin CHO, Piano
HAYDN, RAVEL, LISZT
20h00
Symphonic Concert
5 May2024

Symphonic Concert

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Andris POGA, Conductor
Truls MØRK, Cello

BOULANGER, CHOSTAKOVITCH, STRAUSS
18h00
Symphonic Concert
16 Jun2024

Symphonic Concert

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Pablo FERRÁNDEZ, Cello

TCHAÏKOVSKY, BRUCKNER
18h00
Chamber Music
6 Mar2024

Chamber Music

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 23/24
Musicians of the OPMC
FAURÉ
18h30
Chamber Music
16 Apr2024

Chamber Music

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 23/24
Quatuor Monoïkos
DEBUSSY, LEKEU
18h30
Chamber Music
11 Jun2024

Chamber Music

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 23/24
Musicians of the OPMC
DEBUSSY, FRANÇAIX, IBERT, CRAS
18h30
Spiritual Concert
25 Mar2024

Spiritual Concert

SPIRITUAL CONCERT
Season 23/24
Juliette DEGENNE, Narrator
Stefanie STEGER, Soprano
Musicians of the OPMC

BOCCHERINI
FREE ADMISSION
18h30
Journey in the Far North
2 Mar2024

Journey in the Far North

YOUNG PUBLIC
Season 23/24
Philippe BÉRAN, Conductor
Joan MOMPART, Comedian

GRIEG, LE HERISSIER
15h00
Ondin and the Little Mermaid
10 Apr2024

Ondin and the Little Mermaid

YOUNG PUBLIC
Season 23/24
Christophe MANGOU, Conductor
Julie MARTIGNY, Libretto, Narration and Staging

LE HERISSIER
15h00
Cavalleria rusticana & Gianni Schicchi
29 Feb2024

Cavalleria rusticana & Gianni Schicchi

OPERA DE MONTE-CARLO
OTHER DATES

Season 23/24
Speranza SCAPPUCCI, Conductor
Grischa ASAGAROFF, Director
Other Artists

MASCAGNI & PUCINNI
20h00
Printemps des Arts
14 Mar2024

Printemps des Arts

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Fabien GABEL, Conductor
Ruzan MANTASHYAN, Soprano

STRAUSS
20h00
La fille du régiment
30 Mar2024

La fille du régiment

OPERA DE MONTE-CARLO
OTHER DATES

Season 23/24
Ion MARIN, Conductor
Jean-Louis GRINDA, Director
Other Artists

DONIZETTI
20h00
Printemps des Arts
6 Apr2024

Printemps des Arts

SYMPHONIC CONCERT
Season 23/24
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Marie-Nicole LEMIEUX, Contralto
Pene PATI, Tenor
David LEFÈVRE, Violin

STEPHAN, MALHER
20h00
To the point(e)
28 Apr2024

To the point(e)

LES BALLETS DE MONTE-CARLO
ALL DATES

Season 23/24
Garrett KEAST, Musical direction
C. WHEELDON, J.-C. MAILLOT, Choreographers
S. EYAL, G. BEHAR, Choreographers
OPMC

BOSSO, VIVALDI, ADAMS, LICHTIK
15h00
The Kid
15 May2024

The Kid

FAMILY CINE-CONCERT
Season 23/24
Frank Strobel, Conductor
CHARLIE CHAPLIN (1921)
15h00
The Kid
15 May2024

The Kid

CINE-CONCERT
Season 23/24
Frank Strobel, Conductor
CHARLIE CHAPLIN (1921)
20h00
The Passion of Joan of Arc
17 May2024

The Passion of Joan of Arc

CINE-CONCERT
Season 23/24
Frank STROBEL, Conductor
Alexandra SAMOUILIDOU, Soprano

By CARL T. DREYER (1928)
Music by Ole Schmidt (1982)
20h00
Japan
1 Jun2024

Japan

ON TOUR
May 25 to June 1, 2024

Season 23/24
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Mao FUJITA, piano

Box office unavailable
14h00
Chorégies d’Orange
29 Jun2024

Chorégies d’Orange

ON TOUR
Season 23/24
Kirill KARABITS, Musical direction
Khatia BUNIATISHVILI, Piano

TCHAÏKOVSKY
21h30
Festival international de Colmar
13 Jul2024

Festival international de Colmar

ON TOUR
Season 23/24
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Simon TRPČESKI, Piano

BRAHMS, SMETANA, DVOŘÁK
20h30
Festival international de Colmar
14 Jul2024

Festival international de Colmar

ON TOUR
Season 23/24
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Valeriy SOKOLOV, Violin

BERLIOZ, SAINT-SAËNS, BIZET
17h00
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Historic

More than 160 years of great dates

The Orchestra, when it was founded in 1856, was called the “Orchestre du Nouveau Cercle des Etrangers”, then in 1958 the “Orchestre National de l’Opéra de Monte-Carlo”, and since 1980 the “Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo”. It occupies a prominent place in the international musical world.

 

Thanks to its ability to combine tradition and modernity, it plays a leading role in the interpretation of symphonic works of the great repertoire, the revival of rare and contemporary works and lyrical and choreographic creation. Since the end of the 19th century, the number of “world premieres” created in Monte-Carlo has been countless, and the great composers such as Massenet, Puccini, Ravel, Mascagni, Fauré, Franck, Honegger, Ibert, Lalo, Milhaud, Poulenc and Satie have found the ideal interpreter in the Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Contemporary music has always been present in the OPMC’s seasons, with Henze, Dutilleux, Pärt, Lutoslawski, Penderecki, Holliger, Ligeti, Takemitsu, Eötvös, Amy, Mainz, Hurel, among others. From 1856 to the present day, the orchestra has been known by various names, including Permanent Conductor, Titular Conductor, First Guest Conductor, Musical Director and Artistic and Musical Director: Alexandre Hermann, Eusèbe Lucas, Léon Jehin, Louis Ganne, Marc César Scotto, Victor de Sabata, Paul Paray, Henri Tomasi, Louis Frémaux, Edouard van Remoortel, Igor Markevitch, Lovro von Matacic, Lawrence Foster, James DePreist, Marek Janowski, Yakov Kreizberg and Gianluigi Gelmetti.

 

Since the 2016-2017 season, Kazuki Yamada is the Artistic and Musical Director of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

We remember the greatest glories of the past among the guest conductors: A. Toscanini, W. Furtwängler, R. Strauss, B. Walter, D. Mitropoulos, E. Kleiber, A. Cluytens, G. Marinuzzi, Sir T. Beecham, C. Schuricht, K. Ančerl, Ch. Münch, E. Jochum, L. Stokowski, Sir. J. Barbirolli, P. Klecki, G. Szell, then among those closer to us, L. Bernstein, C.-M. Giulini, R. Kubelik, Sir George Solti, W. Sawallisch, K. Sanderling, G. Prêtre, L. Maazel, K. Kondrachine, Ch. von Dohnanyi, Z. Mehta, G. Rojdestvenski, Y. Temirkanov, as well as all of the current great conductors.

 

Extraordinary events have marked the history of the OPMC, such as the complete Bartók concertos by Zoltán Kocsis, Berlioz’s Requiem at the Dom in Berlin and at the Grimaldi Forum, Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder at the Grimaldi Forum, and later at the Berlin Philharmonic, with the Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester Berlin, the Rundfunkchor Berlin and the Mitteldeutscher Rundfunkchor Leipzig.

 

The orchestra is regularly invited by the major festivals, Aix-en-Provence, Paris, Prague, Strasbourg, Montreux, Vienna, Orange, Dresden, Bonn, Leipzig, Ankara, Athens, Bad Kissingen, Bonn, Dublin, Lisbon, Lyon, Rheingau, La Roque d’Anthéron. He also makes numerous tours abroad (Austria, Germany, Belgium, China, South Korea, Spain, United States, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Switzerland).

 

Autumn 2010 saw the launch of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra’s “OPMC Classics” label. Five discs, conducted by Yakov Kreizberg, have been released, with works by Stravinsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Ravel, Debussy, Mussorgsky, Shostakovich and Mahler. These recordings have won numerous awards from the music press. Under the direction of Gianluigi Gelmetti, a tribute disc to Léo Ferré (Symphonie interrompue and La Chanson du mal-aimé), a disc dedicated to Giuseppe Verdi and, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, a disc of contemporary works by G. Amy, P. Maintz and P. Hurel (conductor Jean Deroyer, baritone Otto Katzameier) have been released.

 

The recording policy continues with Kazuki Yamada, with a number of discs planned, including a first CD which was released in 2017: Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique and Rêverie et Caprice. In 2021, three new recordings are released.

 

Under the presidency of H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra enjoys the support and encouragement of H.S.H. the Prince Albert II. The Orchestra, assuring him of its full confidence and esteem, is continuing along its own path: preserving its authenticity while resolutely looking to the future, thanks to a dynamic policy encouraged by the Prince’s Government and resuming its involvement in the life of the Principality.

 

The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra is supported by the Government of Monaco, the Société des Bains de Mer and the Association of Friends of the Orchestra.