Museums Night 2022 at the Musée Bourdelle

Published by Cécile D., Elodie D. · Published on 11 May 2022 at 10h46
For Museums Night 2022, Paris Musée Bourdelle invites curious people to experience Antoine Bourdelle's work along with music. A magical night to enjoy on Saturday May 14, and for free!

Museums Night is a fabulous European event offering us to visit the greatest museums and monuments near you for an exceptional night, and often free of charge! Hundreds of cultural venues invite us to discover their treasures and provide us with several entertainments to uplift our visit!

Fortunately, the Musée Bourdelle takes part in the 18th edition of Museums Night on Saturday May 14, 2022, from 6 p.m. This museum - housing the former studio of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle - opens for free for a musical late-night tour full of surprises.

You can enjoy the museum's permanent collections including plenty of sculptures (casts, bronzes, marbles, stones, earth, sandstone), as well as drawingsphotographs (the artist's other passion), paintings and archive documents about the sculptor's life.

Museums Night 2022 program at the Musée Bourdelle:

"L'opale magique et l'anneau doré", solos and duos for harp and cello with Julien Marcou and Marie-Paule Milone

Program

Hall des Plâtres
Harp and cello duo
7 p.m. - 20 minutes
Après un Rêve, Gabriel Fauré
Elégie Op. 24, Gabriel Fauré
Méditation Op. 33, Mel Bonis
The Swan, Camille Saint-Saëns
Pièce en Forme de Habanera, Maurice Ravel

Salles Beethoven
Cello solo
8 p.m. - 20 minutes
Suite No.1 BWV 1007 and 1008 (abstracts), Jean-Sebastien Bach

Salles Beethoven
Haro solo
9 p.m. - 25 minutes
Impromptu Op. 86, Gabriel Fauré
L'Alouette, Mikhaïl Glinka
Légende (based on "Les Elfes" poem by Leconte de Lisle), Henriette Renié

Hall des Plâtres
Harp and cello duo
10 p.m. - 20 minutes
Après un Rêve, Gabriel Fauré
Elégie Op. 24, Gabriel Fauré
Méditation Op. 33, Mel Bonis
The Swan, Camille Saint-Saëns
Pièce en Forme de Habanera, Maurice Ravel

A wonderful occasion to rediscover about a hundred sculptures, drawings, photographs, archive documents of the sculptor but also Bourdelle's studio recreated thanks to photographs. Shall we go, then, friends?

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
On 14 May 2022
From 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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    Location

    16/18, rue Antoine Bourdelle
    75015 Paris 15

    Prices
    Free

    Recommended age
    For all

    Official website
    www.bourdelle.paris.fr

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