A wild night at Olympia

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A wild night at Olympia

A mad undertaking, an excessive challenge, a musical marathon – there is no lack of superlatives to describe the wild night offered by Jean-Christophe Spinosi and the musicians of Ensemble Matheus.

Almost a whole night shared with a group of soloists, almost a whole night to hear and experience almost every musical genre, including baroque, classical, romantic, rock, pop and more.
They did it in 2013 and 2014 in Brest, leaving the audience with an unforgettable memory and a unique experience. This time they're repeating the feat at Olympia.

From opera to « baroque'n'roll » Van Halen and Vivaldi covers, armed with an electric violin or in symphony formation, Jean-Christophe Spinosi and his musicians know how to swing, move their audience and transmit the magic of music.

A violinist by training, and known for his extraordinary energy, the maestro directs the Ensemble Matheus with boundless musical imagination, a sense of rhythm to raise the roof on any concert hall and an enthusiasm that reverberates right to the very last row.

The evening will be punctuated with many surprises but it's too early to reveal them…

We invite you to take up the challenge of sharing a night of musical madness with the Ensemble Matheus!

La Folle Nuit des Matheus
28 Boulevard des Capucines
75009 Paris

29 april 2016 from 7 p.m to 2 a.m

Between 35 EUR and 60 EUR