The abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel (Manche) has not seen any visitors since the end of October 2020. The concert which was held on Monday March 29 from the World Heritage site of the ‘Unesco was therefore an event.
It was a unique concert, the time of an evening, in one of the favorite tourist places of the French: Mont-Saint-Michel (Manche). Electro notes sublimated in the distance by the spectacle of high tides, were broadcast live on social networks, Monday, March 29. “The idea is to program an artist and tell a story between the place and the artist. Eelke Kleijn has just released an album called
Oscillations, which can be reminiscent of the tide “
, says Philippe Tuchmann, artistic director of Cercle. A concert worthy of a postcard, and the possibility for Mont-Saint-Michel to find its tourists on the internet, for a few hours.
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“It is very important to put a little culture, a little music in this abbey, it brings a little life to the monument and for the Mont-Saint-Michel”, explains Thomas Velter, director of the public establishment Mont-Saint-Michel. In the air in Turkey, at the Aiguille du Midi (Haute-Savoie) or at the Château de Chambord (Loir-et-Cher), these unique events in grandiose settings have been organized regularly lately.