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One of Musicalta’s specificities is to offer events with appealing forms (artistic content, places, accessibility) combining personal involvement and creativity at their highest level with always the same ambition: to be closer and closer to the audience.
The successful summer edition, with festival-goers and students from all over the world, inspired us to build a unique project in the heart of an amazing city which led us to the creation of « Lyon Printemps Musical ».
The event will find its way to the heart of the heritage of the city of Lyon and will be built around two pillars: bring music out of places where it is usually played and taught et also to bring together young promising students and well-known soloists within a project combining masterclasses and concerts.
You will find us in Lyon must-see places as the Lugdunum museum, the Museum of Fine Fabrics, the Museum of Printing, Saint Irénée House…
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In compliance with the French governmental concerning the fight against COVID-19, Musicalta will apply the recommendations.
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