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Online Concert by French Pianist Maxime Zecchini

The idea of exploring this repertoire, rich in 600 works, came to me a few years ago when I was studying for the first time the Concerto pour la Main Gauche by Maurice Ravel. The wonder of having the impression of hearing two hands when only five fingers were playing fascinated me.

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Online premiere: KHUSHBOO – An Indo-French Music & Dance Show

We bring to you the Indo-French Concert Khushboo – the result of original and innovative meetings between different virtuosos who have mastered their individual crafts over several years! Sarangi Maestro Murad Ali Khan and French composer Titi Robin (compositions, bouzoug, guitar) have been working together on joint artistic projects for the last decade. Padma Shri Gulabo Sapera and Titi Robin began their collaboration in the early 90s with the …

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Register now: Online Strategies webinar by AF Delhi

Online courses, digital platforms, interactive tools, breakout rooms, whiteboard, word wall, word clouds, collaborative documents… and so on! There are so many tools you can use in your online class. If you are a language teacher and you feel lost with so many tools, Or If you are a school principal and you are keen to know more about online …

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Fête de la musique 2020 ft. Olivier Moulin & Saskia Rao-De Haas

Traditionally celebrated in open spaces with much fanfare, the worldwide festivity around Fête de la Musique or World Music Day, a day dedicated to the promotion of music, is bringing artistes and music-lovers together online this year - in a show of universal solidarity and strong cultural ties.

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Literary event “Je viens de loin, j’écris en français” with Shumona Sinha

In partnership with the Alliance française in India and the Institut Français in Paris and in India, the next edition of “Je viens de loins, j’écris en français” will be held on Saturday the 30th of May at 4pm (Paris time) / 7.30pm (Delhi time) with our guest Shumona Sinha.

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Gabrielle – A Canadian Film

The musically gifted but developmentally challenged Gabrielle lives in a group home with four other adults who have similar disabilities. Like all young women, Gabrielle wants her independence, but of course her situation is exceptional.

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Les Fleurs Oubliées – A Quebecois Film

Brother Marie-Victorin (Yves Jacques), author of the Laurentian Flora and founder of Montreal’s Botanical Garden, is bored with heaven and decides to return earth to help Albert Payette (Roy Dupuis) save Quebec’s flora from Transgenia, a multinational that is poisoning the Earth with chemicals.

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Lepage au Soleil – A Quebecois Film

In the spring of 2016, for the first time in 54 years, Ariane Mnouchkine entrusts her troupe, the Théâtre du Soleil, to another director: Robert Lepage. He embarks on the creation of Kanata, a work that imagines the meeting of Europeans with First Nations people of Canada over a period of two centuries

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Nos Batailles – A Beligian Film

Olivier does the best he can to fight injustice at work. But one day, when his wife Laura abandons the family home, he is left alone to juggle the children’s needs, life’s daily challenges and his job.

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Ciné-Club: Les garçons et Guillaume à Table!

Mrs. Gallienne, a rather temperamental upper middle-class lady, has three children, two of whom she considers as her sons and another she calls Guillaume.

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