The Nuits musicales d’Uzès is celebrating its 50th anniversary! Every year, this festival brings musicians from all over the world to Uzès, and offers spectators an exceptional programme of events. On the programme for this festival you can expect Baroque music, jazz, contemporary, romantic music and much more. There’s something for everyone!

The Four Seasons of the Nuits Musicales d’Uzès. 

After the unmissable Summer Festival, the Nuits Musicales d’Uzès presents four exceptional concerts between December and May at the Ombrière, a new concert hall in Uzès.

As Christmas approaches, come and experience a festive musical evening on Thursday, December 2nd, with a concert of traditional Gypsy music and jazz. You will be enchanted  by the charm of this virtuoso and sentimental repertoire, revisited by the brilliant Hungarian violinist Roby Lakatos and his five musicians on cymbalum, piano, double bass, violin and guitar, whose performance a few years ago at the Nuits Musicales left festival-goers with unforgettable memories!

Piano lovers will be delighted by the romantic recital of François Dumont. Lit by candlelight, he will perform Chopin’s Nocturnes, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, Schubert’s Impromptus and Granados’ Spanish Dances. An intimate evening, ideal to celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early and to surprise the one you love.

If you like symphonic music, don’t miss on Saturday, April 9th the coming of the Avignon-Provence National Orchestra conducted by Miguel Campos Neto. On the program, the great Symphony by the author of Carmen, Georges Bizet, and two concertos for cello and orchestra by Saint-Saëns and Fazil Say interpreted by the brilliant Camille Thomas on cello.

Gainsbourg… moi non plus is the title of the Jazz Tribute that Vanina de Franco will perform on Saturday, May 7th. From Gainsbourg to Gainsbarre, the singer and her jazz quartet will revive the songs of “the man with the cabbage head” on arrangements by pianist Stéphane Cochet. An intergenerational repertoire for lovers of French songs.


Practical information

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