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Classique au Vert with Hotel Balzac

1 September 2011


Open Air Weekends of Classical Music Throughout September...

All taking place in the picturesque grounds of the Parc Floral

The Classique au Vert has been running in Paris since the start of August... and will be coming to a close at the end of September. This means you only have a small window of opportunity to come along and see the outdoor musical extravaganza of the Summer.

Taking place at the Parc Floral de Paris in the 12th arrondissement, this classical event is now the talk of the city... and is attracting enthusiasts from around the globe.

Performances are taking place between either 13.30 or 14.00 until 16.00 and there is often a chance to meet the artists after each event.

The classical programme for this year is centered around music from the America's. So far audiences have been left staggered and stunned by the depth of intricacy and passion on display each weekend.

Classique au Vert September Shows:

The Cabaret of Imagination Oscar Strasnoy
Saturday, September 3

Appalachian Spring
Sunday, September 4

The New World
Saturday, September 10

Cello's Follies
Sunday, September 11

Symphony Serenades
Saturday, September 17

American Fantasies
Sunday, September 18

Around Piazzolla
Saturday, September 24

The Violins of Hollywood
Sunday, September 25

Combine a Concert with a Relaxing Stay at Hotel Balzac

If you're thinking about attending one of these performances... why not combine it with a stay at the luxury Hotel Balzac?

We're located just off the Avenue des Champs-Élysées and are ideally situated for all the major Parisian attractions. Discover some of the great rates available now.

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