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For the last 35 years in France, the 21st June is not just the longest day of the year but also the day of the fête de la musique.

Studios Paris Blog

For the last 35 years in France, the 21st June is not just the longest day of the year but also the day of the fête de la musique.

This "festival of music" is no ordinary festival. Created in France in 1982, it has been taken up by neighbouring countries where it has been just as successful. Music takes over the city's streets, with live bands, singers, amateur musicians, drummers, DJs and so on scattered throughout the city, expressing themselves through music and inviting the crowd to enjoy themselves.

In Paris, stages spring up all over the city, in particular on the capital's major squares and in its parks. The biggest and best-known are generally in the Jardin des Tuileries, the Petit Palais, the Institut du Monde Arabe, the Louvre, Jardin du Luxembourg, on Place Denfert Rochereau and along the banks of the Seine. But amateur bands playing all different kinds of music offer surprises around every corner. For this special night, public transport offers discounted travel and some lines run all night.



Louvre – Orchestre de Paris concert under the Pyramid

1er arr. - 21 june (11.30pm -11.30pm)

This year, like every other year, the Orchestre de Paris will round off the concert season with a free performance under the Pyramid of the Louvre during the Fête de la Musique. Under the direction of Daniel Harding, the Dutch violinist Janine Jansen will play ‘Chasse royale and Orage’ from Berlioz’s opera ‘Les Troyens’ and Brahms’s Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major op. 77.



Philharmonie de Paris - Démos

21 June 2019 - 8.30pm - 10.30pm

For the 38th Fête de la Musique, children who are part of the Démos music education project in the town of Val de Marne will have the honour of performing at the Philharmonie de Paris. 7 groups of 15 children aged 7 to 12 will perform ‘Les enfants du soleil I’, an Olivier Calmel composition, the Guillermo Portabales song ‘El Carretero’, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (Ode to Joy) and Laurent Cuniot’s ‘Clarté de sable’.



Rosa Bonheur – Guinguette

21 June 2019 - 6.pm - 01.am

Rosa Bonheur in the Buttes Chaumont recreates the atmosphere of a guinguette (open-air dance hall). Céline Dion lookalike and singer Flo B will get things off to a swinging start by dressing up in all her finery to belt out the Canadian star’s best-loved hits, and Mlle Caro’s mixes will keep the party going until midnight.



Eglise de la Madeleine – The Northern Lights Quartet

21 June 2019 - 4.pm - 6.pmHead along to the Eglise de la Madeleine at 4pm to listen to The Northern Lights Quartet. The Canadian string quartet will be performing.


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