Autumn has arrived and like every year so does the Festival d'Automne 2010 a special Paris fall cultural event, which will continue until December 19. Founded in 1972 by Michel Guy it offers a real cultural season that promotes a fusion of the arts, cultural exchange, and encourages artistic experimentation with particular attention to non-Western works.
Performances will take place in different parts of the city, including the Paris Opera, the Centre Pompidou, and Opéra Bastille. the many accommodation Paris will let you stay close to these sites.
The Autumn Festival is an important cultural event featuring dance, music and theater, with particular attention on contemporary artists. For weeks the program will create a rich array of musical concerts, modern and contemporary plays and reinterpretations of traditional plays such as Shakespeare's Hamlet.
To inaugurate the 39th edition was the 'Threepenny Opera’ by Brecht directed by Robert Wilson at the Théâtre de la Ville. In coming months there will also be important representations, such as dance recitals of the famed Merce Cunningham Dance Company and a free interpretation of The Tragedy of Carmen by Mozart staged by British director Peter Brook.
For lovers of art and culture this is an event not to be missed; BBParis, with over 200 Accommodation Paris, provides the opportunity to plan a visit to Paris, enjoy the beauty of the city and attend this popular festival.
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