Orchestre Festival Printemps des Arts

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Spring Arts Festival Monaco

upcoming program
From Wednesday 13 March to Sunday 7 April 2024 (CONCLUDED)

The Spring Arts Festival is Monaco’s major event dedicated to classical music each spring, featuring a series of concerts that attract an international audience. 


A remarkable festival put on by composer and conductor Bruno Mantovani, artistic director of the event since 2022, exploring the theme of transmission, through the rediscovery of styles through the ages and the promotion of contemporary creation.


It started out as the Monte-Carlo International Festival of Arts in 1970, founded at the behest of Princess Grace of Monaco, marrying music with choreography and theatre. Chaired since 1984 by HRH the Princess of Hanover, the Spring Arts Festival celebrates eclecticism and multidisciplinarity through a selection of international artists and inspired, educational and original shows.


Contributing to the vitality of the Monaco scene, this Spring Arts Festival will draw from the repertoire and its lesser-known masterpieces to share inspiration in the company of groups, conductors, musicians and great voices from all over the world.


As regards the current production, the festival supports creation by commissioning today’s composers. It does educational work in schools and conservatories, raising awareness among young people and promoting the emerging talent that is the future of music. A remarkable collection that enriches the event with a vibrant palette of artists and performances. 

  • Dates: 13 March to 7 April 2024
  • Resort venues: Opéra de Monte-Carlo, Hôtel Hermitage, One Monte-Carlo
  • Price: €20-40 per concert, packages and subscriptions also available
  • Atrium ticket office at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, Tuesday to Saturday 10:00-17:30
  • Tel. +377 98 06 28 28
  • Email: printempsdesarts.mc

Legendary venues

One of the things that makes the Spring Arts Festival a favorite event on the cultural calendar is its unique approach  to engaging with the public, in a variety of venues and surroundings, something that is as much the reason for its success as its concerts, masterclasses, conferences and round tables. By hosting events in a variety of legendary venues and surroundings, it turns each day of “printemps” into a celebration of the arts. Its venues include the legendary Salle Garnier at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, the Rainier III Auditorium, the Hauser & Wirth Gallery, the Amphitheatre at the One Monte-Carlo, the Riva Tunnel, the Princess Grace Theatre, the Variety Theatre, the Oceanographic Museum, the Monaco Water Sports Society, the Saint-Charles Church and the Club for Foreign Residents in Monaco. And this time the Spring Festival is expanding across the Riviera to the Hôtel de Monaco in Cap d’Ail, the Prince Jacques Cultural Centre in Beausoleil and the Regional Conservatoire of Nice.



Spring Arts Festival Befores and Afters in the resort

Before the concert hall opens, the festival offers exciting opportunities to get up close to composers, performers and musicologists.

Spread over four long weekends, the festival also welcomes other art forms such as cinema and painting , dance and literature.


Monaco - Orchestre Philharmonique Monte-Carlo - Auditorium Rainier III

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