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It is our great pleasure to be sending you the new edition of BEF ACTU!
During these very difficult times of covid-19, we are so happy to be able to share the wonderful moments that the Bienvenue community has brought to us. All articles and photos help us to relive. Even to those of you who were unable to participate!
Take care of yourselves!
Looking forward to seeing you all again as soon as possible.
The Editorial Board : Christine CS, Marina L, Mariko P, Francine B, Nicole T, Nicole P and our Vice -Président, Veronique D.
Our last outings
18th century fashion show
"Fashion and history come together in a sumptuous Parisian palace"
A musical journey from Bach to Debussy
How the beat of the music can echo the beat of the human heart
Annie Lionnet gave a memorable concert.
Hôtel de Béhague – Romanian Embassy
Formerly the palace of a Parisian muse during the Belle Epoque, now the Romanian Embassy.
Leonard Vinci 500 years later, the Renaissance man who combined art and science
To mark the 500 year anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death at Amboise in France, the Louvre is holding a major retrospective of the artist’s work and life.
Salle des Fêtes (ballroom) - Salon Pompadour (Pompadour room)
A history, a heritage, a place of work
A major year for Paris’s opera houses as Palais Garnier turns 350 and Opéra Bastille 30
A superb (though tricky) 2019/2020 season
“I was a little crazy, it was the only way I could exist…”