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today EAO Paris Sep. 30 & Oct. 1, 2016

travel 25th EAO Annual Scientific Meeting 31 Piano concert at Musée de l’Orangerie • Date: 30 September • Starting time: 19:00 • Venue: Jardin des Tuileries (along- side the River Seine) • With more than 150 selected works, among them paintings by dis- tinguished artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin and Pablo Picasso, the Musée de l’Orange- rie has a large variety of impression- ist and modern art on display. Among the museum’s highlights is a series of eight paintings from Monet’s Nymphéas cycle that comprises about 250 oil paintings portraying the water lilies in Monet’s garden at his home in Giverny in France. On 30 September, the museum is hosting a piano concert in one of the Water Lilies exhibition rooms, during which Japanese pianist Aya Okuyama will play compositions by Maurice Ravel, Erik Satie and Lili Boulanger. Sacré-Cœur at night • Times: 18:00–22:30 • Address: 35 rue du Chevalier de la Barre • The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is one of the most popular monuments of the city and always worth a visit, particularly at night. The church is situated on top of the hill of Montmartre, the highest point of Paris. With the dark sky above, the basilica spectacularly illuminated and the amazing view over Paris in the moonlight, visiting Sacré-Cœur by night is a unique experience. Once the tourist buses have left and the site is less crowded, you can enjoy the basilica in all its beauty and leave be- hind the stress of a busy congress day. Allard • Times: 12:00–14:00 and 19:30–22:00 • Address: 41 rue Saint-André des Arts • For over 80 years, Allard has been one of the most sought-after gourmet addresses in Paris. Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des- Prés, it remains one of the last au- thentic French bistros. To this day, the establishment is filled with the spirit of Marthe Allard, a peasant from the Burgundy region who came to Paris with her family recipes and founded the restaurant in 1932. Be- sides traditional French cuisine, in- cluding dishes such as Challans duck with olives, roasted Bresse chicken and Crème brûlée, the restaurant of- fers a warm atmosphere and a selec- tion of 150 exquisite French wines. Imany • Date: 1 October • Starting time: 20:30 • Venue: Théâtre Alexandre-Dumas • Before launching her music ca- reer in 2008, French-Comorian soul- singer Nadia Mladjao, better known as Imany, worked as a model in New York for several years. Her musical style combines soul, blues, as well as folk and pop, and is defined by her distinctive low voice and thoughtful lyrics. After releasing her second al- bum, The Wrong Kind of War, includ- ing her hit single “Don’t be so shy”, Imany is touring Europe for the next few months. Her first concert takes place in her home city of Paris during L’Estival, a music festival dedicated to francophone music and artists. Sur-exposition—A perfor- mance by Tilda Swinton and Charlotte Rampling • Dates: 30 September & 1 October • Starting times: 19:00 (Friday), 18:00 and 20:30 (Saturday) • Venue: Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris • For the photographic collections on display at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, actors Charlotte Rampling and Tilda Swinton become ... picture rails. In an extraordinary performance, composed of nothing more than their moving bodies, inter- changing glances and incisive voices reciting the photographs’ captions, Rampling and Swinton will hold up the portrait and landscape works of photographers such as Irving Penn, Richard Avedon and Brassaï, creating a mise en abyme of a museum or gal- lery. The performance is part of the 45th Festival d’Automne à Paris, a fes- tival of contemporary arts that em- braces and combines different art forms and is held every year from September to December in cultural institutions all over Paris. 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