Events - 6 Nov 18
Tuesday December 4th at 4 pm and Thursday December 6th at 4 pm – Curious about what people think about the library? This is a documentary film put together by Sarah Hagy with interviews with different people about their relationship to the library, how they see the past (25 years!) and the future of the library! We will be showing the same documentary on 5 different dates so simply choose which is best for you. Please sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, December 6th – join us at the 400 Coups for “Murder on the Orient Express” directed by Kenneth Branagh based on the 1934 novel by Agatha Christie. 2 Rue Jeanne Moreau. Time to be announced.
More information about all these events can be found on www.ellia.org
For music lovers who are not necessarily musicians, the library presents a series of sessions aiming at illustrating the heritage of English Classical Music in its most specific and beautiful forms, mainly vocal music. Each session will focus on a composer, with a short presentation of the work and the composer, followed by the listening of selected pieces through selected videos, often with different interpretations. The point is to share comments and criticism with the group members.
This session will focus on Handel’s opera “Alcina”.
These sessions are free and open to the public. Please let Michel Cartillier know if you will be present by sending an email to this address.
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