The agenda for September and October includes conferences, concerts (at the Opéra Comique and the Institut de France) and interventions at the European Heritage Summit at the Collège des Bernardins.
The CEM is a musical, educational, scientific and cultural initiative of a kind never before seen in Europe.
A crossroads between the arts, humanities, sciences and generations, it will thus celebrate music as a universal language at the heart of Europe’s identity and humanistic values.
The Centre Européen de Musique will fulfil four key roles:
• artistic creation,
The CEM with help from its partners, has worked to preserve a unique historical heritage through three cultural projects: the house of Georges Bizet, the Villa Viardot and the Bougival festival.
The Centre Européen de Musique stands at the heart of this unique heritage, enhanced by an ambitious cultural and touristic experience guiding visitors through the city of Bougival, the Seine valley and the region at large.