As part of the exhibition about Debussy, la musique et les arts, at Paris’ Musee de l’Orangerie on display until June 11th, the museum will focus on the relationships between the musician and the artists of his time.
Debussy, la musique et les arts, a visual and musical exhibition
The exhibition of work, letters and photographs will introduce visitors to how these bonds influenced the French composer’s life and work until his death in 1918.
Not only does the exhibition, entitled Debussy, la musique et les arts display a selection of sketches, sculptures and paintings by the most famous artists of the time, it is a unique experience for visitors.
For example, the exhibition room housing Monet’s Les Nymphéas will ring out with Debussy’s pieces twice a day. The film Revoir Nijinski will be shown in the audiovisual room whilst children can take part in specially designed workshops.
Debussy, la musique et les arts :
- Musee de l’Orangerie, Jardin des Tuileries – Paris 1er
- Until June 11th, 2012
- Every day except Tuesdays, from 9am to 18pm
- Metro Station: Concorde, lines 1, 8 and 12
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