Alexandre Durand-Viel, General Director of the Château de la Messardière, presents his cultural favourites of the season.
Picasso, Signac & Delacroix at the Annonciade Museum
As part of the closing of the international cultural event "Picasso - Méditerranée", enjoy the new exhibition of limited editions of ceramics, etchings and photos of original creations by the Master!
From 13th July to 13th October 2019, the exhibition Delacroix/Signac: the colour of neo-impressionism will be an exciting event, this avant-garde movement, represented by Paul Signac.
The Nights of the Château de la Moutte
For 44 years, the Nights of the Château de la Moutte, rhythmed by some of the greatest music in the world, are absolutely magical!
9th August, the great Russian soloists of the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra directed by Vladimir Spivakov, and on 12th August in the palm grove of the Château, the great Hamond B3 organist, Madam Rhoda Scott and her Ladies All-Stars, including the fabulous sax alto player, Géraldine Laurent.
Le Mas des Escaravatiers, all summer at Puget-sur-Argens
I love the eclectic programming and the relaxed atmosphere of this stage beneath the stars, just a few miles from Saint-Tropez.
Depardieu sings Barbara, 11th August at the Festival de Ramatuelle
Two sacred stars of French culture on the stage of the beautiful Théâtre de Verdure. What an event
Jazz in Ramatuelle from 16th to 20th August
Jazz in all its diversity! A new journey… with "Bird and String Revisited": Charlie Parker reinterpreted by a full string orchestra. Lyrical music, both smooth and dreamy... you may even melt with pleasure.
The great Barbara Hendricks sublimates the 10th anniversary of Caval'Air Jazz Festival!
On 6th September in the Salle Henry Gros from 9pm.
The eleventh musical spring in Saint-Tropez
The renowned musicians sublimated the three wonderful evenings of this concert... a big “thank you” goes out to the cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand, the pianist Pascal Amoyel, the accordionist Elodie Soulard, the violinist Laurent Korcia and the pianist Nelson Goerner.
Three exceptional evenings for the 17th Autumn Festival
The pianist David Fray interprets Bach (4th September).
Under the impetus of his recent album with the violinist Renaud Capuçon, David Fray confirms his passion for the great German master.
The poetry of the pianist Fanny Azzuro (26th September)
After a grand tour of the United States and some superb concerts in France, this very up and coming pianist will put you under the spell of her intense and poetic show in Saint- Tropez.
The cellist Bruno Philippe (revelation of Victories of Classical Music, 2018) and the pianist Tanguy de Williencourt interpret Schubert and Beethoven (22nd October).
Prize-winner in 2017 at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth of Brussels competition, Bruno Philippe will play, with Tanguy de Williencourt on many French and international stages. This really beautiful repertoire by the two young, very promising musicians, can be classed as one of the greatest interpretations of romantic masterpieces
Here's wishing you some enjoyable evenings!