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Paris Electronic Week 2015, the festival that honors electronic cultures

paris electronic week 2015

Electronic cultures will conquer Paris from 19 to 26 September 2015, with the 3rd edition of the Paris Electronic Week. This year, the festival will take a new dimension and this by combining professional meetings, atypical events and evenings to become the must-networking platform for actors of electronic music in France. The third edition of the festival begins with the Techno Parade which celebrates this year 17 years of existence on the streets of the capital. Having focused for two years … ...

A piano recital by François Henry at the American Cathedral

american cathedral

On the occasion of the Musical Sundays (Les Dimanches Musicaux) organized by Les Arts George V, the American Cathedral will host this Sunday, September, 20, 2015, a piano recital by François Henry. "The Musical Sundays" are in fact a very popular free concert series aiming to encourage young talented artists. The American Cathedral is in fact one of the most emblematic settings hosting the event, a glorious church dating from the late nineteenth century. It was built in 1881 in neo-Gothic sty… ...

5 Things to Do Near Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées Paris

  Palais Garnier Built between 1861 and 1875 and designed by Charles Garnier, the Palais Garnier opera house is now considered as one of the most famous opera houses all over the world. It is an iconic symbol of Paris and one of the main attractions in the city. Address: 8 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris, France Hours: From Monday to Friday: from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM ©Trey Ratcliff The Basilica of Sacred Heart of Paris Located on the highest peak of Montmartre and aged more than 100 years, the… ...

Cirque du Soleil: Amalùna

From Friday, 6 November 2015 to Sunday, 13 December 2015, the Canadian entertainment company Cirque du Soleil is back in Paris at La Bagatelle playing field with one of its latest touring shows, Amalùna. Inspired by Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, the show illustrates the story of Miranda, who falls in love with Romeo, a young man who lands on the island of Amalùna after a storm caused by her mother, the Goddess Prospera. However, compared with The Tempest, which in fact emphasizes on only one… ...

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