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“Ah, que j’aime les militaires!”


From the ardent and sultry Carmen to the weeping widow of a colonel; from the daughter of the regiment to the Grand Duchess of Gerolstein, the women of the military are incarnated in all their states. Offenbach’s Military Concerto bears a dazzling testimony to his great beginnings as a

Boulevard Conakry – Guinea Circus – Terya Circus


Led by Kerfalla Bakala Camara, the young Guinean troupe deploys a whirlwind of acrobatic techniques to embody the vitality of its capital. Heir to the legendary Baobab Circus – the first aerial circus of Guinea – the Terya Circus combines dance, circus and traditional music. Boulevard Conakry, the company’s

A totally Dada autumn!


In response to the exhibition Dada Africa. Non-Western Sources and Influences at the Musée de l’Orangerie, the Musée d’Orsay auditorium invites you to take a trip to the Paris of the 1920s where jazz, the new arrival, sent the city crazy. This cycle gives an idea of the spirit of Dada,