Monaco moves to the rhythm of its famed jazz festival

The principality is set to host the festival’s15th edition from Nov 23 to Dec. 4

By Rupali Dean

Monaco, a city-state on the French Riviera is all set to host the 15th edition of its planet- famed Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival from Nov. 23 to Dec. 4 at the Opéra Garnier.

In line with what has made the individuality of this value seeing event, the festival esteems the utmost artists of Jazz. Originated in 2006 by Jean – Rene Palacio, the event is held at Opera de Monte-Carlo, a sanctuary of music and invention for more than a century.

This brilliant place is impeccable for ascertaining the paramount jazz talents, both new and old. The event echoes jazz music in all its practises.

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The Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival is extremely distinct and draws stimulus from music all over the biosphere and delivers a creative cosmos to all the musicians.

In a festival merging custom and revolution, intended for audiences of all kinds and ages, indispensable renowned personalities are billed together with major names for the prospect in a discipline undergoing constant evolution.

Live Jazz Music extends its wings, each year in Monaco. The Jazz festival takes spur in numerous realms of the musical world. It stresses on originality when it comes to music.

The 15th edition of MCJF is open to all and to the widest audience. The festival will welcome some of the renowned Jazz singers like Paul Personne, 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 as live as ever.

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

All the safety and health measure will be in effect at the time of the event. Be part of this exceptional music festival and witness the performances of the most significant personalities in jazz, in the most intimate setting that the Principality of Monaco offers. Long Live Jazz!

(Rupali Dean is a noted food and travel writer based out of India)

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