Shows and concerts
Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival
Since it was created in 2006, the festival has enjoyed the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Faithful to itself, the festival reflects jazz music as it is today: open to all musical trends, always leaving room for tradition, but never static, taking inspiration from the music of the entire world and giving particular attention to artistic creation.
This year, the 15th edition of the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival was held from November 16th to 28th, 2020!
A preview of the 2020 programme
This film projection in partnership with the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco is a tribute to Chet Baker. "Let’s Get Lost" by Bruce Weber will take place on November 16 at the Opera Garnier Monte-Carlo!
- Jazz and cinema
On November 20, 2020, the Salle des Étoiles will welcome Thomas Dutronc as part of the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival 2020!
Baptiste Trotignon, Bojan Z, Éric Legnini and Pierre de Bethmann: four of the most talented pianists of the French jazz scene will meet for a unique concert at the Opera Garnier Monte-Carlo!
They’re playing Jaco Pastorius’ music at the Opera Garnier Monte-Carlo! On November 25 the Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival will welcome Biréli Lagrène & Charlier / Sourisse, joined by the Multiquarium Big Band for this tribute to the great virtuoso!
Kyle Eastwood will present Cinematic, joined by his dear friend Hugh Coltman at the Opéra Garnier Monte-Carlo, during an unforgettable concert! Meet Hailey Tuck as opening act!
To end this 15th edition, Ibrahim Maalouf will present 40 Melodies, at the Opéra Garnier Monte-Carlo, during an unforgettable concert!