Festival Heroic or tyrannical?
Music in the time of Napoleon Bonaparte (1795-1815)

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Bru Zane Classical Radio


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George Onslow
Quintetto per strumenti a fiato pt.8
Tue 26 October - 18.00
Lecture Venice

Cycle
The sound of the Empire

Around Abel Gance's Napoleon: an itinerary taking in cinema and music

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Thu 4 November - 19.30
Concert Venice

Cycle
The sound of the Empire

Imperial trios

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Sun 7 November - 15.30
Family event Venice

Educational shows

Colori suonati

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Sun 7 November - 16.00
Opera Light Music Rouen

La Vie parisienne

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the mission

 

The vocation of the Palazzetto Bru Zane – Centre de musique romantique française is the rediscovery and international promotion of the French musical heritage of the period 1780-1920. Its interests range from chamber music to the orchestral, sacred and operatic repertories, not forgetting the lighter genres characteristic of the ‘esprit français’ (chanson, opéra-comique, operetta). The Centre was inaugurated in 2009 and has its headquarters in a Venetian palazzo dating from 1695 specially restored for this purpose. It is an emanation of the Fondation Bru.

 

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Digital resources for French Romantic music
The website hosts articles on people, works and topics authored by musicologists and historians collaborating with Palazzetto Bru Zane.
video gallery
lectures and conferences
Tue 9
November
18.00
Fri 12
November
Symposium Online Event

The sound of the Empire

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Sat 13
November
Symposium Online Event

The sound of the Empire

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Sun 14
November
Symposium Online Event

The sound of the Empire

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Fri 10
December
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December
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December
Thu 12
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May
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May