The Monet’s night at the Orsay Museum
Every year, once the sun returns to Paris, more than 1000 museums stay open all night long to show their treasures to the inhabitants and the guests of the French capital. The Orsay Museum, one of our favorite museums in Paris, is not an exception. On the 19th of May, the Orsay Museum will open its doors for the Monet Night, a nocturne visit dedicated to the art life of the impressionist after the first world war. On the Museums Night, the works as well as the master’s posterity will be showed to the public and accompanied by the jazz music – another significant art symbol of the post-war times.
In the program: Monet’s art works and swing-jazz concert played by the Umlaut Big Band, a group of 14 young jazzmen who will interpret the master pieces of the European composers of 1926-1940s years.
1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris
19th of May, from 18h to midnight
25 minutes by metro from the hotel Monge