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Welcome to the January 2020 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in January 2020 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”!

Experience:
With the new year comes Epiphany and its famous Galette des rois (twelfth night cake). France's top chefs will be taking advantage of the occasion to find inventive and delicious new ways to express their creativity. For Le Meurice’s Cédric Grolet, organic cereals take pride of place with his Galette L'Epi Feuilleté. To mark the establishment’s 120th anniversary, Nicolas Paciello at Fouquet's Paris will be proposing flaky pastry covered with a layer of red almond resembling the legendary Brasserie’s canopies, creamy and mouth-watering almond paste with dried almonds and a touch of bergamot. For Philippe Conticini, rum and vanilla will be taking centre stage.

On 24 January, the NBA will be in Paris at the AccorHotels Arena, for an outstanding match between the Charlotte Hornets, with French players Tony Parker and Nicolas Batum, and the Milwaukee Bucks. "France holds the European record for the number of players in the league right now and we're keen to bring together basketball fans from all over the continent for the NBA's first regular season match in Paris", explained Adam Silver, the NBA’s commissioner in Paris.
Further information: www.accorhotelsarena.com

See:
The Musée Bourdelle is organising the first exhibition in France of Niels Hansen Jacobsen’s work, from 29 January 2020. Visitors will have an opportunity to discover the world of strange tales created by this Danish sculptor, who lived in Paris from 1892 to 1902. His best-known sculptures include Death and the Mother, The Shadow, or the Troll That Smells Christian Blood.
Further information: www.bourdelle.paris.fr

Hurry! You only have until the end of the month to enjoy the Night at the Panthéon. The event programme includes visits to the legendary Parisian monument by torchlight, from the Panthéon’s nave to its crypt, accompanied by pop, classical and electronic music!
Reservations: www.paris-pantheon.fr

Do you feel like visiting an exhibition which takes you somewhere different? Eric Ceccarini is at the Galerie Hegoa until 11 January 2020 to present his latest works, photos of body painting produced in collaboration with more than 120 painters from the world over. Useful information: pictures by this advertising photographer who has immortalised the human body for more than 30 years for major brands such as Elle, Marie-Claire, L’Oréal, Levi’s and Chopar are on sale.

Hear:
If you love Offenbach, hurry over to the Opéra Bastille to discover The Tales of Hoffmann from 21 January to 14 February 2020. A great opportunity to rediscover one of the most popular masterpieces of the Franco-German composer, with which we are all familiar: "Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour, souris à nos ivresses...". Production by Robert Carsen.
Reservations: www.operadeparis.fr

On 22 January, Cocoon will be in concert at Le Trianon to sing tracks from their new album Wood Fire, released in autumn 2019. The group is performing after a mini acoustic tour, the Spark Tour ­Warm Up Acoustic shows, held last summer.
Further information: www.letrianon.fr

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, La Seine Musicale brings us a classical music concert dedicated to the composer and to Mozart in its Auditorium on 23 January 2020. The conductor Duncan Ward and the Insula orchestra ensemble on period instruments will be opening the concert with Mozart's famous Symphony no.39, before moving on to Beethoven's Mass in C Major.
Reservations: www.laseinemusicale.com

Do:
Break out your diaries! The last dates are now available for the Inside Opéra, the immersive escape game at the Opéra Garnier, designed by Team Break, the leader in escape games, which offers visitors a chance to walk in the footsteps of the Phantom of the Opera. On 12 January, you can dive headlong into Gaston Leroux’s novel one last time. The storyline? The day before the premiere of Mozart's Magic Flute, during rehearsals the producer panics and strange events begin to occur: costumes disappear, murmuring can be heard in the corridors... Has the Phantom struck? Over to the visitors to solve the mystery!
Registration: www.inside-infos.fr

The raclette evenings are back at Terrass" Hôtel, every Thursday from 9 January to 27 February 2020, on the winter rooftop with its spectacular view across Paris. A festive mountain atmosphere awaits, with throws, heating and tents laid on! All washed down with rosé, selected by the establishment’s wine waiter.
Further information: www.terrass-hotel.com

Would you like to visit Paris in a coach equipped with augmented reality? With the HistoPad, both Parisian locals and tourists can discover Paris on board the Paris City Tour coaches equipped with a tablet, with video archive footage, 360° views and 3D views of the capital's most famous monuments. A thrilling experience in which the traditional is accompanied by the unusual.

All the team at News21 wish you a brilliant new year 2020. See you next month!

Contenu de la vidéo : Welcome to the January 2020 issue of “What’s up in Paris” magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
So stay with us and discover a selection of not-to-be-missed attractions in January 2020 thanks to “What’s up in Paris”!

Experience:
With the new year comes Epiphany and its famous Galette des rois (twelfth night cake). France's top chefs will be taking advantage of the occasion to find inventive and delicious new ways to express their creativity. For Le Meurice’s Cédric Grolet, organic cereals take pride of place with his Galette L'Epi Feuilleté. To mark the establishment’s 120th anniversary, Nicolas Paciello at Fouquet's Paris will be proposing flaky pastry covered with a layer of red almond resembling the legendary Brasserie’s canopies, creamy and mouth-watering almond paste with dried almonds and a touch of bergamot. For Philippe Conticini, rum and vanilla will be taking centre stage.

On 24 January, the NBA will be in Paris at the AccorHotels Arena, for an outstanding match between the Charlotte Hornets, with French players Tony Parker and Nicolas Batum, and the Milwaukee Bucks. "France holds the European record for the number of players in the league right now and we're keen to bring together basketball fans from all over the continent for the NBA's first regular season match in Paris", explained Adam Silver, the NBA’s commissioner in Paris.
Further information: www.accorhotelsarena.com
See:
The Musée Bourdelle is organising the first exhibition in France of Niels Hansen Jacobsen’s work, from 29 January 2020. Visitors will have an opportunity to discover the world of strange tales created by this Danish sculptor, who lived in Paris from 1892 to 1902. His best-known sculptures include Death and the Mother, The Shadow, or the Troll That Smells Christian Blood.
Further information: www.bourdelle.paris.fr
Hurry! You only have until the end of the month to enjoy the Night at the Panthéon. The event programme includes visits to the legendary Parisian monument by torchlight, from the Panthéon’s nave to its crypt, accompanied by pop, classical and electronic music!
Reservations: www.paris-pantheon.fr

Do you feel like visiting an exhibition which takes you somewhere different? Eric Ceccarini is at the Galerie Hegoa until 11 January 2020 to present his latest works, photos of body painting produced in collaboration with more than 120 painters from the world over. Useful information: pictures by this advertising photographer who has immortalised the human body for more than 30 years for major brands such as Elle, Marie-Claire, L’Oréal, Levi’s and Chopar are on sale.
Hear:
If you love Offenbach, hurry over to the Opéra Bastille to discover The Tales of Hoffmann from 21 January to 14 February 2020. A great opportunity to rediscover one of the most popular masterpieces of the Franco-German composer, with which we are all familiar: "Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour, souris à nos ivresses...". Production by Robert Carsen.
Reservations: www.operadeparis.fr
On 22 January, Cocoon will be in concert at Le Trianon to sing tracks from their new album Wood Fire, released in autumn 2019. The group is performing after a mini acoustic tour, the Spark Tour ­Warm Up Acoustic shows, held last summer.
Further information: www.letrianon.fr
To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, La Seine Musicale brings us a classical music concert dedicated to the composer and to Mozart in its Auditorium on 23 January 2020. The conductor Duncan Ward and the Insula orchestra ensemble on period instruments will be opening the concert with Mozart's famous Symphony no.39, before moving on to Beethoven's Mass in C Major.
Reservations: www.laseinemusicale.com

Do:
Break out your diaries! The last dates are now available for the Inside Opéra, the immersive escape game at the Opéra Garnier, designed by Team Break, the leader in escape games, which offers visitors a chance to walk in the footsteps of the Phantom of the Opera. On 12 January, you can dive headlong into Gaston Leroux’s novel one last time. The storyline? The day before the premiere of Mozart's Magic Flute, during rehearsals the producer panics and strange events begin to occur: costumes disappear, murmuring can be heard in the corridors... Has the Phantom struck? Over to the visitors to solve the mystery!
Registration: www.inside-infos.fr
The raclette evenings are back at Terrass" Hôtel, every Thursday from 9 January to 27 February 2020, on the winter rooftop with its spectacular view across Paris. A festive mountain atmosphere awaits, with throws, heating and tents laid on! All washed down with rosé, selected by the establishment’s wine waiter.
Further information: www.terrass-hotel.com
Would you like to visit Paris in a coach equipped with augmented reality? With the HistoPad, both Parisian locals and tourists can discover Paris on board the Paris City Tour coaches equipped with a tablet, with video archive footage, 360° views and 3D views of the capital's most famous monuments. A thrilling experience in which the traditional is accompanied by the unusual.

All the team at News21 wish you a brilliant new year 2020.
See you next month!



Mots clés liés : Paris, What’s up, Epiphany, Fouquet's, NBA, AccorHotels ArenaTony Parker, Panthéon, Opéra, Offenbach, Trianon, Mozart, Cocoon

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