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Welcome to the first "What’s up in Paris" magazine of 2016.
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 in January 2016 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
- Vintage car enthusiasts are in for a treat on the morning of Sunday, January 10. From 10:30 AM onwards on the esplanade of the Chateau de Vincennes you can admire more than 700 vehicles (cars, buses and motorcycles, etc.) as they set off for a 28 km journey across Paris. Women drivers will take pride of place for this 16th event.
- On January 8, come and spend a day beneath the waves by taking part in the next Salon de la Plongée (diving show) at the Porte de Versailles. The event programme includes a chance to meet diving champions, conferences such as "Understanding and diving with sharks" or the possibility to try your hand at snorkelling. For further information: salon-de-la-plongee.com

See:
- This musical comedy recounts a love story, one which was initially impossible between two people who, like Mandela himself, decide to fight for their ideas. The programme includes African dances, traditional Zulu choirs and eternal love songs. To book your places: le-comedia.fr
- Don't miss the first exhibition devoted to contemporary Chinese art in France for 10 years, which can be admired from January 27 onwards at the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Entitled "Bentu - Chinese artists in a time of turbulence and transformation", this exhibition brings together 12 Chinese artists whose work reveals the complexities of a constantly changing society and the resulting economic and ecological impacts, including in particular the way in which the relationship between the town and the countryside has changed. For further information: fondationlouisvuitton.fr

Hear:
- Don't miss the legendary 80s group "Toto" on January 29 at the Olympia. A great opportunity to sing along with them as they perform some of their greatest hits including: "Africa", "Hold The Line" or "Rosanna" and to (re)discover their new album, XIV, which came out in March 2015. A very special "must-see" concert! For further information: olympiahall.com
- On January 13, 14 and 15, 2016 you have the opportunity to hear Mozart’s "Requiem" at the Philarmonie de Paris. For this special evening, two artists rarely seen in France will be doing justice to the composer's works and revealing the beauty of the delicate balancing act which is Mozart’s music. On the piano there’ll be the American Peter Serkin, winner of a Grammy Award for his recordings of Mozart’s concertos. The conductor will be Bertrand de Billy, who headed the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra for more than eight years. To book your seats: orchestredeparis.com

Do: - Take a tour of Paris on January 9 during the Paris Tour Eiffel rally. A great opportunity to discover the French capital still decorated for the Christmas and New Year period while at the same time enjoying a spot of sport. From 3 PM onwards, you'll have a choice of three routes ranging from 10 to 23 km. So go and get yourself a pair of good walking shoes and head over to the organiser’s website to register: godillot-familial.fr
- Not ready for the festivities to end just yet? If so, try the Cristal Room Baccarat. In the sumptuous rooms on the first floor of Maison Baccarat located in Paris's 16th district, this former private residence of Marie-Laure de Noailles, given a makeover by Philippe Starck, proposes top of the range cuisine brought to you by the star-winning chef Guy Martin. Before or after your meal, you can also admire the heritage collections in the museum and the famous ballroom of the Vicomtesse du Bizarre. To book: cristalroom.com

We wish you all a Happy New Year and a great month in January.

We’ll be back on February 1!

Video content: Welcome to the first "What’s up in Paris" magazine of 2016.

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 in January 2016 thanks to "What’s up in Paris".

Experience:
- Vintage car enthusiasts are in for a treat on the morning of Sunday, January 10. From 10:30 AM onwards on the esplanade of the Chateau de Vincennes you can admire more than 700 vehicles (cars, buses and motorcycles, etc.) as they set off for a 28 km journey across Paris. Women drivers will take pride of place for this 16th event.

- On January 8, come and spend a day beneath the waves by taking part in the next Salon de la Plongée (diving show) at the Porte de Versailles. The event programme includes a chance to meet diving champions, conferences such as "Understanding and diving with sharks" or the possibility to try your hand at snorkelling. For further information: salon-de-la-plongee.com

See:
- This musical comedy recounts a love story, one which was initially impossible between two people who, like Mandela himself, decide to fight for their ideas. The programme includes African dances, traditional Zulu choirs and eternal love songs. To book your places: le-comedia.fr

- Don't miss the first exhibition devoted to contemporary Chinese art in France for 10 years, which can be admired from January 27 onwards at the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Entitled "Bentu - Chinese artists in a time of turbulence and transformation", this exhibition brings together 12 Chinese artists whose work reveals the complexities of a constantly changing society and the resulting economic and ecological impacts, including in particular the way in which the relationship between the town and the countryside has changed.
For further information: fondationlouisvuitton.fr

Hear:
- Don't miss the legendary 80s group "Toto" on January 29 at the Olympia. A great opportunity to sing along with them as they perform some of their greatest hits including: "Africa", "Hold The Line" or "Rosanna" and to (re)discover their new album, XIV, which came out in March 2015. A very special "must-see" concert!
For further information: olympiahall.com

- On January 13, 14 and 15, 2016 you have the opportunity to hear Mozart’s "Requiem" at the Philarmonie de Paris. For this special evening, two artists rarely seen in France will be doing justice to the composer's works and revealing the beauty of the delicate balancing act which is Mozart’s music. On the piano there’ll be the American Peter Serkin, winner of a Grammy Award for his recordings of Mozart’s concertos. The conductor will be Bertrand de Billy, who headed the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra for more than eight years.
To book your seats: orchestredeparis.com

Do:
- Take a tour of Paris on January 9 during the Paris Tour Eiffel rally. A great opportunity to discover the French capital still decorated for the Christmas and New Year period while at the same time enjoying a spot of sport. From 3 PM onwards, you'll have a choice of three routes ranging from 10 to 23 km. So go and get yourself a pair of good walking shoes and head over to the organiser’s website to register: godillot-familial.fr

- Not ready for the festivities to end just yet? If so, try the Cristal Room Baccarat. In the sumptuous rooms on the first floor of Maison Baccarat located in Paris's 16th district, this former private residence of Marie-Laure de Noailles, given a makeover by Philippe Starck, proposes top of the range cuisine brought to you by the star-winning chef Guy Martin. Before or after your meal, you can also admire the heritage collections in the museum and the famous ballroom of the Vicomtesse du Bizarre.
To book: cristalroom.com

We wish you all a Happy New Year and a great month in January.

We’ll be back on February 1!

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