Fête des paysans et de la Saint-Sauveur
Cannes Jeune Ballet Rosella Hightower
Weekend Homage to Picasso
Saturday 6th May
10:00 am: Place de la Libération: Opening concert with the Philharmonic of Vallauris and the Harmonie d’Antibes.
11:00 am: Magnelli Museum – Museum of Ceramics: Opening of the exhibition Forms & Metamorphoses
2.30 pm: Salle Le Minotaure: Tribute to the children of the town through a dance creation (jazz, contemporary and classical) and singing by the Municipal School of Music and Dance of Vallauris Golfe-Juan. Slam and poetry around the poets who were close to Picasso by the pupils of the Pablo Picasso secondary school.
8:30 pm at the Théâtre de la Mer in Golfe-Juan
Show “Naturalmente Flamenco” by the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía. Creation and choreography: Daniela Lazary (paying)
Sunday 07 May
10.00 am: Artistic and musical strolls with the Banda, Flamenco dancers and horsemen, from Nabonnand Square to the Sun beach.
11.00am: Inauguration of the Pablo Picasso beach
The beach where Picasso used to go, the current Plage du Soleil, will be renamed “Plage Pablo Picasso”. The inauguration will be accompanied by the unveiling of specific signage bearing the name of the artist, and two emblematic photos.
Parking of the Frères Roustan Stadium Vallauris (paying)
5pm: Equestrian show with the Fantagaro Stable and Recorte show by the Esprit Taurin
Certainly the current form of primitive and traditional bullfighting, without killing, without picador, where the man has only his body and his agility to dodge the bull’s horns.
There are three main techniques:
– the jump, always very spectacular
– the écart, or the art of gentle dodging
– the recorte, the most dangerous, which forces the recortado to bend over to avoid the 450 kilos of muscle that brush against him!
09:30 pm: In front of the Church of Saint Anne
Video mapping “Picasso and freedom” on the façade of the Church of Saint-Anne.
Tarifs : Free access.
LieuCentre-ville de Vallauris, Vallauris Golfe - Juan, France.
Type d'évènement : Cultural, Entertainment/recreation