La Belle SaisonConcert organizer
La Belle Saison offers an immersive experience of the richness and modernity of chamber music.
Created in 2013 on the initiative of the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, La Belle Saison is now a permanent touring festival presented by 17 partner theatres and concert halls which, thanks to their acoustic quality, their adapted capacity and the richness of their territory, enable everyone to experience chamber music in the best possible conditions. It’s a place where audiences of all ages can share, exchange ideas and get up close and personal with creative artists.
Every year, La Belle Saison’s members work together to create and support around ten new musical projects, ranging from the baroque repertoire to contemporary works, performed by some sixty artists of the highest calibre. The musicians selected for each edition, whether young talents or internationally renowned soloists, travel the length and breadth of La Belle Saison to meet the public through residencies, workshops to raise awareness and practice music, and numerous exceptional concerts. La Belle Saison gives rise to around a hundred curtain-raisers each season.
The Belle Saison 2022-2023 focuses on the great Romantics, in particular F. Schubert, R. Schumann, C. Franck and A. Dvorák, as well as the contemporary repertoire and new works by T. Adès, G. Ligeti, P. Glass, JF. Neuburger and B. Foccroulle.
Artistic and cultural education initiatives will bring the artists involved in this tenth edition together with several thousand young beneficiaries across the country, including an annual residency in Coulommiers. La Belle Saison is a partner of the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse and the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition as part of its mission to provide professional support for young artists.
WildKat Paris is delighted to support La Belle Saison in the press promotion of its forthcoming seasons.