Twelve ideas for family, home and Christmas activities

An ONL concert on YouTube, a kit to take with the Louvre-Lens, an animal to make for the Natural History Museum, a story before going to sleep with the Matisse Museum ...Closed, cultural structures North and Pas-de-Calais do all they can, from a distance, to entertain and interest children.What if we took advantage of it during the Christmas holidays?

By Sélection Catherine Painset | Published on 12/18/2020

"The Little Prince" on YouTube with the Orchester national de Lille

Under the direction of Christophe Mangou, the Orchester national de Lille offers a family show with universal scope inspired by the Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry fable, whose 120th birthday will be celebrated in 2020.The score by Toulouse composer Thierry Huillet, himself playing the acrobatic part of the piano, offers the orchestra a rich sound palette, accompanying the different episodes of this adventure.The role of narrator is entrusted to Olivier Bellamy, dressed like the legendary pilot of Night Flight.The Little Prince, meanwhile, is embodied by the young Maël, recorded in voiceover."You can only see well with the heart.What is essential is invisible to the eyes!" "

Posted on Saturday December 12, the concert is available in free streaming on YouTube, like all ONL concerts in the Audit 2.0, its virtual concert hall: https://bit.ly/2INlAIg

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A “take away” kit with the Louvre-Lens

During the Christmas holidays, the Louvre-Lens offers a free kit for making sparkling figurines at home, using the “metal to repel” technique.This decoration, inspired by the works of the Galerie du temps, will adorn the tree.living room or a tree in the garden, to celebrate the end of year celebrations in style.

Posted Date: 2021-01-09

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