Quand l'orchestre s'éclate en ville
Duo et trio à cordes

Dimanche 20 Novembre à 16 h30

Deux violonistes de l'Orchestre d'Avignon, Gabriella Kovacs et Bo Xiang, accompagnées de Dorine Lepeltier au violoncelle, proposent une heure de musique de chambre dans les collections d'Arts décoratifs du musée avec un programme européen de la fin du XVIIIe et XIXe siècles, de Giovanni Battista Viotti, Frederigo Fiorillo, Luigi Boccherini à Niccolò Peganini.

Entrée libre pour toustes.

Renseignements et réservations au 04 90 86 03 79 ou musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

Variations sur la céramique

Samedi 19 Novembre à 16 h30

"Regardez bien tous ces objets dans le Musée, et songez à présent aux étonnantes quantités de pareils objets qui furent nécessairement en usage." Paul Valéry

Odile Guichard, conservatrice, vous fait découvrir la collection de céramique du Musée Vouland, poterie populaire, faïences à décors de grand feu et de petit feu porcelaines tendres et dures...

Tarifs (musée, expositions, jardin) :

Adulte : 6€ / Réduit* : 4€ / Enfant (- 12 ans) : Gratuit / Jeunes : Pass Culture +2€ pour la visite accompagnée 

17, Rue Victor Hugo

T : 04 90 86 03 79

Programmation Senior Ville d'Avignon

Jeudi 17 novembre  à 14h30

Marius Breuil, Pas à pas.

Le peintre paysagiste Marius Breuil ( Avignon, 1850- Paradou, 1932 ) expérimente le paysage pas à pas, avec une prédilection pour la garrigue des collines du Gard et les Alpilles où il s'installe en 1892. Curieux du monde des Arts, et ami de Pierre Grivolas et Paul Saïn, il refuse "le système des Beaux-Arts" et défend son indépendance. Nous entrerons dans sa peinture (plus de 200 oeuvres exposées) comme il est entré dans le paysage, et découvrirons son interprétation de cette nature des abords d'Avignon qui nous est familière.

Atelier : petit carnet de visite ( croquis, notes, observation, mise en couleurs)

Réservation : 04 90 86 03 79 ou musee.vouland@gmail.fr

Tarif : Entrée libre

Toussaint courses

Shadows and Patterns

Wednesday October 26, Thursday October 27 and Friday October 28 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

This holiday workshop in three sequences proposes to play with shadow and light and to observe the work of Marius Breuil (1850-1950), in the museum and the garden, before imagining and creating patterns and decorations, from these games of observations.

From 6 years old

24€ for 3 sessions

17, Rue Victor Hugo

Information and reservations on 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

Step by step, viewpoints

Tuesday October 25, Wednesday October 26 and Thursday October 27 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This holiday workshop divided into 3 sequences introduces the work of the landscape painter Marius Breuil (1850-1950), the museum's collections and the garden, step by step and crossed views. We explore the notions of viewpoints, space, volume, light, framing and movement... and we learn how to produce a frame by frame video.


From 9 years old

24€ for 3 sessions

17, Rue Victor-Hugo

Information and reservations on 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr  


“The color of my dreams”

Take part in the next Grande lessive® fall 2022

until October 16

The participative art project La Grande Lessive ®   hijacks the “Grandes lessives” of yesteryear, moments of sociability that punctuated the year, in spring and autumn. Created in 2006 by
the artist Joëlle Gonthier, La Grande Lessive® invites you to participate in a collective creation at a time
local and global thanks to digital. The only constraints are the seasonal theme, the format and the weight of the support: “The color of my dreams” on a 21x29.7 cm support (one A4 sheet) light enough to hold stretched out on a wire with two clothespins. It's open to everyone, young and old...


The color of your dreams can be drawn, painted, glued, black and white, written, flat or in
relief…, you can bring your material or ask for material at the reception, draw your
inspiration in the atmosphere of the museum of decorative arts, facing objects or works, in the garden or elsewhere, drop off your creations before October 16, and come back to share the moment of collective hanging on October 20 2022 (a video of the drying will be produced, sent to La Grande Lessive ®   for worldwide distribution.

Every day from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. except Mondays and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. from September 20

Prices (museum, exhibitions, garden):
Adult: 6€ | Reduced: 4 € | Child (- 12 years old): Free | Young people: Culture pass
Groups by appointment including outside opening hours
T: 04 90 86 03 79

A platform to contemplate the moon

Conference with projection

In partnership withTrace of poet


Sunday, October 16 at 5 p.m.

Philippe Bonnin, architect, anthropologist and author, notably directed the "Vocabulary of Japanese Spatiality" ; published by the CNRS in 2014. After "Katsura and its gardens: a myth of Japanese architecture" ; in 2019, Philippe Bonnin published with Arléa in 2022 "A platform to contemplate the moon".

What do we keep from discovering a magical place and the wonder it arouses? What images will come back to haunt our memory, in brief bursts? And how to write the emotion born of the beauty of a place such as the Katsura gardens?

Reservation (limited places): 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

Free and joint participation

17, Rue Victor-Hugo

Italian Week


Guided tour with Odile Guichard, curator of the Musee Vouland.

Wednesday, October 12 at 4:30 p.m.

From the majolica of Casteldurante, Urbino or Faenza, to the earthenware of Moustiers and Marseille, but also Delft, Nevers, Lyon, Montpellier, we will discover ceramics from the 16th to the 18th centuries from the Decorative Arts collection of the industrialist of food industry Louis Vouland (1883-1973).

Prices: €12 / €10 / €7

Reservation (limited places): 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

17, Rue Victor-Hugo.



Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m.

Consort of violins, Italian Renaissance music.

La Capriola brings together four ranges of violins and four musicians from the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Lyon: Juliette Ridel (canto), Charlotte Gerbitz (alto), Dorine Lepeltier (tenore) and Manon Papasergio (basso).

The consort invites you to discover a mass by Teodoro Riccio as it was played in the 16th century, with an alternation of monodic Gregorian (played on bass) and polyphony, and the insertion of pieces on the harp or solo violin, other composers, Bassano, Antegnati, Palestrina and Maschera, and secular pieces, such as hits of the time played notably at the Offertory.

Prices: €12 / €10 / €7

Reservation (limited places): 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

17, Rue Victor-Hugo.

Provencal week

Marius Breuil, Step by step

Guided tour by the exhibition.

Wednesday, October 5 at 3 p.m.


Marius Breuil, a modest man who never exhibits


Wednesday, October 5 at 5:30 p.m.

By Odile Guichard, curator-director of the museum and exhibition curator.


Prices (museum, exhibitions and garden): €6 / visit or conference; €12 / visit or conference.

Reservation (limited places): 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

17, Rue Victor-Hugo


Discount of the 25thJacques Leon Prize

Thursday, October 6 at 5:45 p.m.

The winners of the 25th Jacques Leon Prize Provençal Tradition and Modernity ; are Pierre Geren ; Fils, wine estate of Château de Fontségugne in Châteauneuf-de Gardagne.


Free and joint participation.

Registration: 04 90 86 03 79 or musee.vouland@wanadoo.fr

17, Rue Victor-Hugo





Accompanied visit -Marius Breuil, Step by Step 

An artist, a collector 

September 18 at 2:30 p.m. | Free & solidarity participation

The works of the landscape painter Marius Breuil, born in Avignon in 1850, presented in the exhibitionstep by stepwould they have been kept without the passion of a collector who searched for them for more than thirty years?

This visit emphasizes forgetting and discovering heritage, its conservation and its transmission.

Come by bike: the museum has the Accueil Vélo label!


Workshops write 

The writings remain

Led by Isabelle Ronzier (cultural mediator) | September 17 at 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m. | Free & solidarity participation

Around the theme "Sustainable heritage", Isabelle Ronzier offers you three writing workshops in the garden, as a prelude to the writing cycle & "Saturday Happiness" which takes place one Saturday a month at the Vouland museum in 2022/23.

2:30 p.m.    Stems, leaves, flowers and fruits
3:30 p.m.    Walls have ears
4:30 p.m.    Street side, garden side

Short 40-minute workshops, to taste and dabble in writing, before extending the exercise throughout the year! 


Exhibition on the League for the Protection of Birds (LPO)


The birds of our gardens

Hosted by the LPO | Friday 16 by appointment (for schoolchildren), September 17 and 18 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. | Free & solidarity participation

Here, alongside the collections, we protect nature and the living world: heritage or common good?
Come and discover which birds can be observed in the garden. The League for the Protection of Birds welcomes you around the exhibition "The birds of our gardens' and introduces you to ecology and ornithology.


Silence, we observe and we listen!
We will also explain to you the history of the garden of the Vouland museum crossed by the Canal de Vaucluse, why it has been a Refuge of the League for the Protection of Birds since 2021, and what that implies.


European Heritage Days

"Sustainable heritage"

Friday 16, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September



Change to last?

Friday 16 by appointment (for schoolchildren), September 17 and 18 at 4 p.m. | Free & solidarity participation

Yesterday Today Tomorrow

Whatever its nature, heritage refers to a legacy and to the past; it induces duration. However, faced with contemporary challenges, the theme “sustainable heritage” links heritage to sustainable development. How to develop responsible and united practices in the conservation, management and animation of heritage?

We offer a visit-dialogue that addresses heritage (built, material, cultural, immaterial, natural) and new practices from the Vouland museum. This Avignon museum is 40 years old this year and houses a collection of decorative arts from the 17th and 18th centuries, brought together in the 20th century by Louis Vouland in his 19th century private mansion!

Will we talk about it again in ten years?

Come by bike: the museum has the Accueil Vélo label!


Meeting with teachers

Back to school!
Wednesday, September 7 at 11 a.m. or 4:30 p.m.

We welcome teachers from kindergarten to higher education to introduce them to the 17th and 18th century Decorative Arts Museum, home of a 20th century collector,
the exhibition of landscape painter Marius Breuil (Avignon, 1850 – Paradou • Alpilles, 1932),
the refuge garden of the League for the Protection of Birds, the museum's commitment and project, the school program and educational perspectives.

The museum is labeled Accueil Vélo. The garden is an LPO refuge.

Open from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. until September 18, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. from September 20 (except Mondays), the museum primarily receives school children in the morning, outside opening hours.
On registration. Meeting and visit-dialogue. Free & solidarity participation.

17, rue Victor-Hugo.
T: 04 90 86 03 79

Email: mediation.museevouland@gmail.com

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Concert "Moonlight Sonatas" in the garden

Tuesday August 30 at 8:30 p.m.

The Friends of the Louis Vouland Museum offers you a concert given by Laetitia Tuza (cello) and Mario Raskin (harpsichord) in the garden of the Vouland Museum in Avignon.
Under the stars and among the flowers, harpsichord and cello will dialogue with spontaneity,
the lightness and naturalness specific to the Age of Enlightenment.
When the cello and the harpsichord enter the world of the sonata, one leaves its role of accompanist to take center stage, the other, the harpsichord leaves the yoke of the After of French dances to integrate the art magnified by Mozart in a new musical epic. The cello has found its true lyrical dimension, while the harpsichord shines with its last lights, with a Mozart who has not yet turned to the pianoforte.

On the program: Vivaldi, Telemann, Boismortier, Handel, Mozart

Prices :
Full 20 € | Member price 18 € | Youth (- 18 years old) 15 €

Reservations: 04 90 86 03 79

In case of bad weather, the evening will be postponed to August 31.


From 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., every Friday in July and Friday August 5, 12 and 19

How about a siesta downtown, away from the hustle and bustle and under the shade of a maple tree
The garden of the Vouland museum offers an ideal setting for relaxation. Sit on a deck chair, soak up the scents, listen to the birdsong or the voice of our mediator who offers you this reading break. Let yourself be lulled by listening to the anecdotes of Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, the letters of Jean-Jacques Rousseau on botany or the story of a missionary on Chinese porcelain.

The opportunity to learn more about the collection of decorative arts and the craftsmanship associated with it... or quite simply to take a well-deserved nap!


Storytelled nap 


Concert : From Mozart to Mendelssohnn

by the Messiaen Quartet


Thursday August 18 at 7 p.m.

The Messiaen quartet bears its name in honor of Olivier Messiaen, a composer from Avignon who notably gave his name to the Conservatory of the city of Avignon where this project was born. The quartet is made up of 4 young students. Solène Kynast-Ferrucci, Laïa Renaud, Eva Jallat and Hanna Peron have been playing together for several years since 3 of them were together at the Conservatoire in Avignon, and at the Lycée Théodore Aubanel. Eva Jallat is a violist at the Aix en Provence Conservatory and met Hanna Peron when the latter began her studies in Aix en Provence. They all four decided to keep this musical link by creating this quartet in order to play in their region and elsewhere.

Prices: free and solidarity participation (recommended price €12)
Reservations: 04 90 86 03 79



July 13 to 15

From  July 27 to 29

August 10 to 12

Over three late summer afternoons, young and old can discover the decorative arts collection, the painting and drawing exhibition Marius Breuil (Avignon, 1850 – Paradou - Alpilles, 1932), step by step and the museum garden.

From your discoveries, your observations and your imagination, inspired by the atmosphere, the objects, paintings, trees and flowers, and the birds, you will create your travel diary at the museum...

3 courses, dates of your choice (from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.)

Price per course (3 afternoons):
Adult: 24€ | Reduced*: 18€ | Young people: Culture pass
Registration on 04 90 86 03 79
*students, under 26, job seekers

Discovery course of the Vouland museum


Workshops Along the pattern

by the Atelier Métissé association


Tuesday July 19 and Wednesday July 20, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 August from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday April 11 or Tuesday April 12 - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.


The Vouland Museum and the Atelier Métissé are once again offering weaving workshops for
children from 8 years old.
We will go through the permanent collection of the Vouland Museum together to immerse ourselves in the ornaments of earthenware, tapestries, furniture... and thus create weavings whose shapes, colors and textures echo the Decorative Arts. Our method of weaving with a louvre makes it possible to make young people aware of artisanal manufacturing techniques, the recycling of fabric as well as our modern relationship to textiles.

The Atelier Métissé is a technical center focused on textiles, a training center, a space for creation and transmission as well as an educational costume linked to recycling.

In the fabric as in the nature of the material, there is, in very small form, the artit's signature (Carl Sagan).

2 workshops, dates of your choice:
From the age of 8.

8 children maximum per day
Price per course (2 afternoons): €30 per child


Body awakenings

as part of the Hivernales summer festival
From July 10 to 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.


As part of the Hivernales festival, Anaïs Lheureux offers body awareness workshops in the garden of the Vouland museum.
Awaken your body, feed your imagination and discover this innovative body practice recognized for its impact on everyone's health.

Each session begins with MUNZ FLOOR, circular movements on the ground that release tension. The sessions will continue with MUNZ MOVE, a “fun” approach to movement through mental imagery. Whatever your level and your age, these bodily awakenings are a guaranteed pleasure for the senses in a privileged natural outdoor environment.

A graduate of Choreographic Studies obtained with a gold medal at the National Conservatory of Chalon-sur-Saône, Anais Lheureux becomes the first MUNZ® Trainer to be certified on the 3 methods, MUNZ® FLOOR (a training regenerating your central nervous system 3) , SAFE® BARRE (a ballet barre incorporating modern biomechanics) and MUNZ® MOVE (tools to generate contemporary movements ) in various dance centers in France and Europe.

Prices :
10€ | Limited places
Reservations: 04 90 82 33 12

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Meet at the gardens

"Gardens in the face of climate change"


from June 3 to 5 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

We'll talk about it again in 10 years!

From June 3 to 5, 2022


Come, observe, note, tell, draw, photograph, film, bring seeds... and deposit your observations, stories, drawings,... at the museum in the archive box "we'll talk about it again in 10 years"which will be carefully preserved at the museum. If you prefer digital media, you can send us your files to keep at the email address:


In 2022, we provide you with the specifications of the refuges of the League for the Protection of Birds, elements on the history of the garden and its flora, observations, reflections, and paper to create your album "We'll talk about it again in 10 years”, and see you in June 2032. Come back, observe, compare… And we'll talk again about the museum garden and climate change.

Are there no longer seasons !

From June 3 to 5, 2022


Meeting in the garden and workshop


What about the cyclical weather of the seasons in times of climate change?

In June, “a hoeing is worth two waterings. »

For centuries, popular sayings have marked the year of the gardener. In the visual arts, work calendars of the months illustrate the rhythm of agricultural life alongside representations of the seasons.


From photographic vignettes of the life of the Vouland Museum garden over the year, popular elements, we invite you to re-compose sayings and/or an album of the four seasons.

By my tree

From June 3 to 5, 2022


Meeting-workshop (drawing / writing)

Or the interest of nature in the city… With our tree we live happily, and take advantage of the microclimate of the garden in the heart of the city. The tutelary tree of the museum is a field maple. From April to October, it protects us from the heat of the sun. The birds find a shelter there, and, in the heart of summer, the cicadas settle there. In the fall, it offers us the aerial spectacle of the journey of its helicopter samaras and its golden foliage. But a few days before summer, its mass of shadow attracts “like an island of freshness in the middle of the fire of this day, stop and seize the moment. »*

Beyond the pleasure of the moment and the pleasure (invitation to a siesta…), at his side, we recall the useful functions of nature in the city at a time of climate change and the decline of biodiversity. Among other virtues, we will discuss its ability to reduce the temperature thanks to shade and evapotranspiration, to retain humidity, to house the living... And we invite you to transcribe graphically or in words what this moment of happiness “near my tree” inspires you.


*Paul Valery

A bicycle !

From June 3 to 5, 2022


At the Vouland museum you will discover a sedan chair, a coach heater, Madame du Barry's travel kit, the team's bicycles and bicycle racks under umbrellas on the Canal de Vaucluse, but also, if necessary, Allen keys and bicycle pumps!

A few pedal strokes from the ViaRhôna, a major European cycle route, we welcome cyclists to the garden. Located in the immediate vicinity of the Rhône, inside the ramparts of Avignon which surround the 14th century city, the museum is in "a meeting zone" where pedestrians and cyclists can stroll quietly. In this district built at the end of the 19th century on the site of the former Dominican convent, the mansions open to the south onto gardens crossed by the Vaucluse Canal. That of the museum is imagined as a sensitive and sensory extension of the collections, favorable to biodiversity.


Come by bike to discover this haven of peace to live over the hours and the seasons (if there are still seasons!) where you can also taste syrups of thyme, rosemary, lavandin..., Mediterranean essences that the found in the garden. We will tell you more!

European Night of Museums

The museum where we talk

Saturday May 14 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.


Tonight, words, dialogues, sharing, surprises* and fantasy at the Vouland museum. The team and its partners, the Friends of the Louis Vouland Museum, the School of Fine Arts of Nîmes, the Compagnie Mise en Scène, the Actéon-Correspondance School, trace de poet, the writing workshops of Isabelle Ronzier , welcome you.

Decorative arts of the 17th and 18th centuries to the creations of the students of the Superior School of Fine Arts in Nîmes, Provençal works, paintings, drawings and objects taken from the reserves to the artist's book by Dominique-Pierre Limon and Hélène Martin, “Sorgue” paintings and engravings in the garden, what discoveries and topics of conversation !


We leave our reserve Act 2

In the living room with a chandelier


The museum is labeled Accueil Vélo.

The garden is a refuge of the League for the Protection of Birds


from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.: We are going to tell you...

It was as civic service volunteers that Louna and Baptiste discovered the Vouland museum.

For several months, they have been actively participating in mediation actions to welcome all audiences, from the youngest to the oldest, designing and producing tools, such as podcasts and videos, which promote the discovery of the 17th and 18th and the collection of Arts of Provence taken out of the reserves.

During spontaneous conversations, they testify to their experience at the museum, their discoveries and favorites and accompany you to encounter objects, materials, details that, without them, you might not notice.

from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.: In the living room with the chandelier

Let's talk! | Students of the School of Fine Arts of Nîmes

Students from the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Nîmes invite you to discover their creations, in the living room with the chandelier and throughout the museum.

They tell you what this project at the museum inspired them, and how they chose their means of expression.

They also reveal how they inserted their work into the 17th and 18th century decorative arts collection for games around motifs, shapes, languages, techniques and materials. And perhaps they will share the questions they have had about ornament, adornment and decor.

“Considered as useless, bourgeois and primitive, ornament is, for supporters of modernity, “a survival from the past”, a barbaric archaism that must be eradicated. »

Adolf Loos, Ornament and Crime, 1908

from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.: First sketches

Playful roaming carried by 15 amateur/professional actors | "The House is moving" from Home Movie by Suzanne Joubert and other fragments (texts/testimonials)

The research and creation project "Outside, our shared heritage"of the Compagnie Mises en scène in Avignon led a group of adult amateurs, mainly women, to the Vouland museum, to discover the exhibitions "Marcel Dumont, Alpilles" including they were the last visitors, then “We come out of our reserve act 2”, and of course the museum of atmosphere which gives the feeling of entering the collector Louis Vouland.

And the Chinese room!

From emotions and testimonies, improvisations and excerpts from texts ranging from Paul Valéry to Jean-Claude Imbert (whose albums are exhibited) via Henri Michaux or Suzanne Joubert, an experience of <<playful roaming », composed of fragments, which put end to end, lead us from observation to creation, between dream and reality.

from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.: Prelude to silence

Discussions I trace of poet

The Trace de Poète association offers you focus and discussions around the exhibition Sorgue which presents engravings and paintings by Dominique-Pierre Limon and pays tribute to the author-composer-performer Hélène Martin (1928-2021 ).

From videos that accompany the exhibited works, trace of poet invites you to discuss successively on the major themes of the exhibition, the Sorgue, engraving, Hélène Martin, who set to music and sang the poets, René Char, Genêt , Aragón.


At 8:30 p.m.: The joys of Saturday

Reading and meeting | Texts from the monthly writing workshop led by Isabelle Ronzier at the Vouland museum

"Why does this reflection mean so much to you?..."

The Vouland museum, its atmosphere, its garden throughout the seasons, its armchairs, its sculpted cupboard, its chandeliers, its mirrors, its cast iron radiators, its embossed leather screen, and many other things, shown or hidden, have inspired notebooks since September 2021.

During this night of museums, their authors go from pen to speech. They read their writings to you, echoing the place that inspired them, and thus allow you to broaden your perception of more or less familiar objects.

This reading in the garden is followed by a moment of discussion.

from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.: Are we in question?

Ambulatory reading | Actéon-Correspondence School


■ Be cause.He thought he was causing great misfortune. Cause harm. Cause war. Cause joy. Cause scandal. Cause pain. Cause grief.

■ Chat. vn Conversing familiarly with someone.They were talking together for an hour. You are only talking to the Church.

It also means, To speak too much, to speak inconsiderately.Only tell him what you want everyone to know; because he likes to talk. We say in familiar style,Talk about things &amp; others, to say, To talk familiarly about various things of little importance. And it is only in this phrase &amp; in others like it, that Causeis said with a diet. [A diet ?]

Dictionary of the French Academy, 4th edition, 1762

Are we in question?

Carte blanche to Justine Armand, Elena Peirce and Adèle Savatier, from the Actéon-Correspondance School.


Duomo Vecchio

Italian polyphonies of the Renaissance and early Baroque

Thursday April 28 at 7 p.m.


The consort - ensemble - of violins La Capriola enthusiastically shares the abundant musical heritage of Brescia, which opens the dance, sings of love, invites to meditation.

La Capriola brings together four ranges of violins and four musicians from the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Lyon. Juliette Ridel (canto), Charlotte Gerbitz (alto), Dorine Lepeltier (tenore), Manon Papasergio (basso) enthusiastically invite you to travel and discover an abundant musical heritage!

Free and solidarity participation (recommended price: 10 €)


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