Monaco moves to the rhythm of its famous jazz festival

The principality will host the 15th edition of the festival from November 23 to December 4

By Rupali Dean

Monaco, city-state of the Côte d’Azur, is ready to host the 15th edition of its famous Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival from November 23 to December 4 at the Opéra Garnier.

In keeping with what made the individuality of this valuable event, the festival appreciates the greatest artists of jazz. Created in 2006 by Jean-René Palacio, the event is held at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, a sanctuary of music and invention for over a century.

This brilliant place is impeccable for discovering the primordial talents of jazz, both new and old. The event echoes jazz in all its practices.

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The Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival is extremely distinct and draws inspiration from music from all over the biosphere and offers a creative cosmos for all musicians.

In a festival combining custom and revolution, intended for audiences of all ages and from all backgrounds, renowned unmissable personalities appear alongside big names from the perspective of a constantly evolving discipline.

Live Jazz Music spreads its wings every year in Monaco. The Jazz festival takes off in many areas of the musical world. It emphasizes originality in music.

The 15th edition of the MCJF is open to everyone and to the general public. The festival will host some of the renowned jazz singers like Paul Person, Jamie Cullum, Gregory Porter, Chucho Valdes Quartet Feat Yilian Canizares, Avishal Cohen, Steve Hackett and David Hallyday, who through jazz will prove that music is more alive than ever. .

Among them, we note the reappearance of Jamie Cullum after his Summer Concert of the Red Cross on the Place du Casino.

All safety and hygiene measures will be in effect at the time of the event. Take part in this exceptional music festival and attend performances by the greatest jazz personalities, in the most intimate setting offered by the Principality of Monaco. Long live Jazz!

(Rupali Dean is a renowned food and travel writer based in India)

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