Revise your classics with the Saint-Robert Festival. And even if you come for an evening/concert, leave very early to be able to enjoy the place and its surroundings!

Concerts in a listed church

The event takes place in the listed church of the classified village of… Saint-Robert. Classy, ​​isn't it? And from the end of July to mid-August, great established or aspiring musicians will come and meet us for a moment of emotion and sharing...

The spectators, thanks to the proximity of the musicians, can even catch the notes with their hands!

Interior of the church with a concert

The program for the 2024 edition

  • Sunday, July 21opening of the Festival with Trio Obane.  At 17 o'clock. Composed of Régis Altmayer-Henzien, Simon Charbonnel and Salim Bekraoui, the Obane Guitar Trio was born from the desire to share a common passion: chamber music through the guitar, thereby opening new horizons as well as a considerably enriched. This free concert in the Jardin Philippe Ranoux (behind the church) will be followed by opening of the Pierre Mouzat exhibition at 18 p.m. in the André Rousseau room.

  • Thursday August 1 : Pierre Fouchenneret and Aurélien Pascal, violin - cello duo. At 21 p.m. in the church of St-Robert. Winner of a Victoire de la Musique in 2023, Aurélien Pascal is attracting international attention for his “unparalleled virtuosity and intuitive musicality”. At his side, Pierre Fouchenneret, winner of a first prize in violin at the age of 12, and who has since frequented leading orchestras and musicians.

  • Monday August 5  : Haunted Reeds Quartet. At 21 p.m. in the church of Saint-Robert. Nicolas Châtelain, 1st clarinet, Sarah Lefèvre, 2nd clarinet, Bertrand Laude, basset horn and Elise Marre, bass clarinet. With one of the most accomplished artistic cohesion in the world of chamber music, this quartet here rehabilitates operatic music so often overlooked by singers.

  • Thursday, August 8 :  Léa Desandre, mezzo-soprano and Thomas Dunford, lutist.At 21 p.m., in the church of Saint-Robert. Internationally recognized as a great star in her field, Léa Desandre is accompanied by the Franco-American lutenist Thomas Dunford with whom she signs the album “Idylle” highlighted in this concert: from Charpentier to Barbara, an incredible journey awaits you !

  • Monday August 12: Trio Moreau with Edgar Moreau, cello, Jérémie Moreau, floor, and David Moreau, violin. A virtuoso brotherhood who finds the serenity of his interpretation in his complicity. Three courses of excellence for a concert that will reflect its performers. At 21 p.m. in the church of St-Robert.

  • Wednesday August 14: Joë Christophen, OCNE. A popular art, which has sometimes been predicted to replace opera, cinema is also a musical art. For this tribute concert, the OCNE focuses on traditional composers as well as those whose names are irremediably attached to the 7th Art. Between classical tradition and jazz, this program synthesizes all the seduction of film music. At 21 p.m., in the church of St-Robert.

Pratical information

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Ticketing possible:

  • By internet on the festival website (secure payment via Paypal).