The coming weekend in Monaco is as always busy with diverse and interesting events. And HelloMonaco gathered for you a few suggestions.
On 04 November 2017, at 8 p.m. starring Cecilia Bartoli and Les Musiciens du Prince, there is one last performance of La Cenerentola, a coproduction with the Monte Carlo Opera. You are prommissed an unforgettable evening, for this Cinderella became Princess of the Lyric…
Picked by Rossini in twenty four days only, the Cenerentola is, in spite of the failure of its creation in Rome in 1817, a delicious masterpiece where the screw comica never masks the emotion which appears.
Twenty years ago, Cecilia Bartoli took on the role of Cenerentola / Cinderella in the eponymous work by Rossini at the Zurich Opera. Immediately, his incarnation, alternately fiery, tender, dazzling, mutinous and imperious, made this spectacle a cult performance of the most famous Swiss opera house.
For those who prefer sports to opera there are two events not to be missed, the first on is French Premier League Football Championship there Monaco will meet with Guingamp on Saturday 4 November at 8 pm, Stade Louis II.
And the second is Monte-Carlo Boxing Bonanza, boxing world championships and international fights on Saturday 4 November in Casino de Monte-Carlo.
On the 4th Novembre 2017, the Casino de Monte-Carlo and Matchroom boxing will be pleased to announce a blockbuster night of world championship boxing in the prestigious Salle Médecin at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
Monte-Carlo Boxing Bonanza will be broadcast all over the world and live on Sky Sports, promising to be an exceptional show. For more information on this event go to our Calendar.
And for women and not only the place to be is the Monaco Traders’ Street Sale (Grande Braderie des Commerçants) from Friday 3 November to Sunday 5 November from 10 am to 7:30 pm in Espace Fontvieille.
Every year, the Chapiteau de Fontvieille welcomes for 3 days, generally in November, Monaco Traders’ Street Sale (the Grand Braderie de Monaco) organized by UCAM. You can find exceptional offers: items of men’s, women’s and children’s fashion, sports goods, shoes, lingerie, decoration, jewelry, accessories, beauty products… It’s an event not to be missed!
Henriette Renié, Claude Debussy, Gabriel Fauré and Maurice Ravel are on the programme of the Concert of sacred music with Xavier de Maistre, harpist in residence and the musicians of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra on Sunday 5 November, at 4 pm Eglise Saint-Charles.
And if you have not seen yet the Exhibition of photographs by Matthieu Ricard, check it out, since it ends next week.
A hundred or so photographs are on display, depicting the personal journey of this famous Buddhist monk and neurobiologist through the world of the Himalayas.
HelloMonaco hopes you’ll have a great weekend, and if you want to learn about exhibitions taking place in Monaco visit our Calendar.
So have fun and enjoy your weekend!