Museum Night 2022 at the Bourdelle Museum

By Cécile D., Elodie D. Published on May 10, 2022 at 7:50 p.m.

For Museum Night 2022, the Bourdelle Museum invites the curious to discover the work of Antoine Bourdelle in music. A magical evening to experience this Saturday, May 14, 2022, for free!

The Museum Night, it is this beautiful European meeting that allows us to visit the most beautiful museums and monuments close to home, during an exceptional evening, and very often free! Hundreds of places of culture invite us to discover their treasures and offer various activities to brighten up our visit.

Fortunately, the Bourdelle museum take part in this 18th edition of the Night of Museums, Saturday, May 14, 2022, from 6 p.m. This museum, which houses the former workshops of the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle, is open free for a musical night full of surprises…

You can therefore admire the permanent collections of the museum, made up of numerous sculptures (plasters, bronzes, marbles, stones, clays, sandstone), but also drawings, of photographs (the artist’s other passion), paintings and archival documents that trace the life of the sculptor.

On the program for Museum Night 2022 at the Bourdelle Museum:

The magic opal and the golden ring“, harp and cello solos and duets with Julien Marcou and Marie-Paule Milone

Program

Hall of plasters
Harp and cello duet
7:00 p.m. – 20 mins
After a Dream, Gabriel Fauré
Elegy op. 24, Gabriel Faure
Meditation op.33, Mel Bonis
The Swan, Camille Saint-Saens
Habanera Shaped Piece, Maurice Ravel

Beethoven rooms
cello solo
8 p.m. – 20 mins
Suite n°1 BWV 1007 and 1008 (excerpts), Johann Sebastian Bach

Beethoven Rooms
solo harp
9:00 p.m. – 25 minutes
Impromptu op. 86, Gabriel Faure
The Lark, Mikhail Glinka
Legend (from the poem Les Elfes by Leconte de Lisle), Henriette Renié

Hall of plasters
Harp and cello duo
10:00 p.m. – 20 mins
After a Dream, Gabriel Fauré
Elegy op. 24, Gabriel Faure
Meditation op.33, Mel Bonis
The Swan, Camille Saint-Saens
Habanera Shaped Piece, Maurice Ravel

A great opportunity to rediscover a hundred sculptures, drawings, photographs, archival documents of the sculptor, but above all the artist’s studio of Bourdelle, reproduced thanks to photographic evidence. Shall we go, friends?

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