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Welcome to the September 2018 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions for September 2018 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”.
Experience:
Paris offers no shortage of enjoyable and exciting activities to help you get the most from the last of the fine weather. On 9 September, meet up in front of the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) to enjoy the Kadamati dance show. 700 professional and amateur dancers will be there from 3 PM onwards, overseen by the British choreographer Akram Khan. Both the curious amateurs and seasoned aficionados among you will love it!
Do you dream of a Paris without all the noise and pollution? Then you’ll love the car-free day on 16 September. The perfect opportunity to live life at your own pace, feeling the wind on your face, while at the same time enjoying Heritage Day and European Mobility Week. Only service vehicles, ambulances, police cars, buses, taxis and private hire cars with drivers are authorised on the roads, and are limited to 30km/h.
Discover nature in the city and responsible economics… From 21 to 23 September, the Low Carbon City forum will be making participants aware of the environmental challenges facing us. Roundtable discussions, barter evenings, workshops and collaborative meals are all scheduled for this meeting entitled “Building the city of tomorrow”. An inspiring initiative!
Further information: www.paris.lowcarbon.city

See:
Dazzling Venice… The Serenissima is in the spotlight at the Grand Palais from 26 September to 21 January 2019. An opportunity to discover the history and daily life of this Italian city, one which is as mysterious as it is dynamic. The exhibition will be paying tribute to the City of the Doges, thanks to a selection of “paintings, sculptures, drawings or significant items and the presence of actors and musicians performing on site”. Well-known artists such as Piazzetta, Gianbattista Tiepolo, Canaletto, Bellotto, Porpora, Pellegrini or Vivaldi will take pride of place.
Information and reservations: www.grandpalais.fr
The Musée du Quai Branly will be devoting a major exhibition to the city of Madagascar, from 18 September to 1 January 2019. For the first time since 1946, a complete overview of Madagascan art, history and culture will be represented through more than 350 items organised into three sections: the island’s history, day-to-day art and sacred art.
Official website: www.quaibranly.fr
The Heritage Days on 15 and 16 September will help you to discover some of the capital’s hidden treasures and secrets. Among the many opportunities available to visitors and tourists, we should mention the possibility to enjoy a poetic exploration of the 20th arrondissement. Book your place now at the Assia Djebarb Library, by email or by telephone, on 01 84 82 19 50. At Bercy Village, a former 19th century wine cellar, guided tours will be organised to help you discover the district’s proud winemaking past. A fascinating walk simply brimming with nostalgia and history!

Hear:
At Disneyland Paris, the site’s customary magical atmosphere will be taking on a decidedly jazzy feel on 29 September with a new musical event entitled “Disney Loves Jazz”. For the occasion, the park will be welcoming China Moses, Hugh Coltman, Selah Sue, Myles Sanko, Robin McKelle or Ben l’Oncle Soul! Did you know that it was here in France back in 1919 that Walt Disney listened for the first time ever to jazz music, a musical genre which went on to become his favourite and which provided the musical backdrop for films like the Jungle Book, the Aristocats or the Toy Story saga.
Reservations: www.disneylandparis.com
On 25 and 26 September, come along and rediscover some of the greatest soul music hits with the show What's Going On, at l'Européen. Legendary songs from James Brown, the Supremes, Otis Redding or Aretha Franklin will be performed by some fifteen artists who will be capturing the sheer depth of black American music from the 1960s and 70s, with authentic sound effects and arrangements from back in the day.
Reservations and information: www.leuropeen.paris
The Philharmonie de Paris, located in the Parc de la Villette, will be welcoming the Boston Symphony Orchestra for three special concerts on Saturday 14 and Sunday 16 September 2018. Symphony no.3 by Gustav Mahler, the Serenade for violin, strings, harp and percussion by Leonard Bernstein and Symphony no.4 by Dmitri Shostakovich Symphonie n°4 will be among the pieces performed.
Official website: www.philharmoniedeparis.fr

Do:
Would you like to spend some quality family time enjoying fun activities with the kids? The Famillathlon is back on Sunday 23 September 2018 at the Champ de Mars. Among the sports featured on the day’s event programme we should mention rowing, cricket, kickboxing or Swedish fit, kung fu and quidditch. Information: www.famillathlon.org
For those looking to enjoy an outstanding evening, the Krug champagne house proposes a rich and unusual evening event with a focus on seafood-based gastronomy and music. You’ll be captivated by the Ondes Martenot, an unusual electronic musical instrument which produces crystal-clear sounds bringing to mind the undersea world. You’ll also have an opportunity to take part in a masterclass on Ikejime, a Japanese fish preparation technique, followed by a special dinner with delightful ocean tastes washed down with the 166th Edition of Krug Grande Cuvée. Don’t miss it!
Reservations: www.krug.com

Thank you for following us. We’ll be back again next month!


Video content: Welcome to the September 2018 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions for September 2018 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”.

Experience:
Paris offers no shortage of enjoyable and exciting activities to help you get the most from the last of the fine weather. On 9 September, meet up in front of the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) to enjoy the Kadamati dance show. 700 professional and amateur dancers will be there from 3 PM onwards, overseen by the British choreographer Akram Khan. Both the curious amateurs and seasoned aficionados among you will love it!
Do you dream of a Paris without all the noise and pollution? Then you’ll love the car-free day on 16 September. The perfect opportunity to live life at your own pace, feeling the wind on your face, while at the same time enjoying Heritage Day and European Mobility Week. Only service vehicles, ambulances, police cars, buses, taxis and private hire cars with drivers are authorised on the roads, and are limited to 30km/h.
Discover nature in the city and responsible economics… From 21 to 23 September, the Low Carbon City forum will be making participants aware of the environmental challenges facing us. Roundtable discussions, barter evenings, workshops and collaborative meals are all scheduled for this meeting entitled “Building the city of tomorrow”. An inspiring initiative!
Further information: www.paris.lowcarbon.city
See:
Dazzling Venice… The Serenissima is in the spotlight at the Grand Palais from 26 September to 21 January 2019. An opportunity to discover the history and daily life of this Italian city, one which is as mysterious as it is dynamic. The exhibition will be paying tribute to the City of the Doges, thanks to a selection of “paintings, sculptures, drawings or significant items and the presence of actors and musicians performing on site”. Well-known artists such as Piazzetta, Gianbattista Tiepolo, Canaletto, Bellotto, Porpora, Pellegrini or Vivaldi will take pride of place.
Information and reservations: www.grandpalais.fr
The Musée du Quai Branly will be devoting a major exhibition to the city of Madagascar, from 18 September to 1 January 2019. For the first time since 1946, a complete overview of Madagascan art, history and culture will be represented through more than 350 items organised into three sections: the island’s history, day-to-day art and sacred art.
Official website: www.quaibranly.fr
The Heritage Days on 15 and 16 September will help you to discover some of the capital’s hidden treasures and secrets. Among the many opportunities available to visitors and tourists, we should mention the possibility to enjoy a poetic exploration of the 20th arrondissement. Book your place now at the Assia Djebarb Library, by email or by telephone, on 01 84 82 19 50. At Bercy Village, a former 19th century wine cellar, guided tours will be organised to help you discover the district’s proud winemaking past. A fascinating walk simply brimming with nostalgia and history!
Hear:
At Disneyland Paris, the site’s customary magical atmosphere will be taking on a decidedly jazzy feel on 29 September with a new musical event entitled “Disney Loves Jazz”. For the occasion, the park will be welcoming China Moses, Hugh Coltman, Selah Sue, Myles Sanko, Robin McKelle or Ben l’Oncle Soul! Did you know that it was here in France back in 1919 that Walt Disney listened for the first time ever to jazz music, a musical genre which went on to become his favourite and which provided the musical backdrop for films like the Jungle Book, the Aristocats or the Toy Story saga.
Reservations: www.disneylandparis.com
On 25 and 26 September, come along and rediscover some of the greatest soul music hits with the show What's Going On, at l'Européen. Legendary songs from James Brown, the Supremes, Otis Redding or Aretha Franklin will be performed by some fifteen artists who will be capturing the sheer depth of black American music from the 1960s and 70s, with authentic sound effects and arrangements from back in the day.
Reservations and information: www.leuropeen.paris
The Philharmonie de Paris, located in the Parc de la Villette, will be welcoming the Boston Symphony Orchestra for three special concerts on Saturday 14 and Sunday 16 September 2018. Symphony no.3 by Gustav Mahler, the Serenade for violin, strings, harp and percussion by Leonard Bernstein and Symphony no.4 by Dmitri Shostakovich Symphonie n°4 will be among the pieces performed.
Official website: www.philharmoniedeparis.fr
Do:
Would you like to spend some quality family time enjoying fun activities with the kids? The Famillathlon is back on Sunday 23 September 2018 at the Champ de Mars. Among the sports featured on the day’s event programme we should mention rowing, cricket, kickboxing or Swedish fit, kung fu and quidditch.
Information: www.famillathlon.org
For those looking to enjoy an outstanding evening, the Krug champagne house proposes a rich and unusual evening event with a focus on seafood-based gastronomy and music. You’ll be captivated by the Ondes Martenot, an unusual electronic musical instrument which produces crystal-clear sounds bringing to mind the undersea world. You’ll also have an opportunity to take part in a masterclass on Ikejime, a Japanese fish preparation technique, followed by a special dinner with delightful ocean tastes washed down with the 166th Edition of Krug Grande Cuvée. Don’t miss it!
Reservations: www.krug.com

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