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Music'O Château


Music'O Château

From 06/16/2023 to 08/25/2023

Château de Blois
6 Place du Château

Organiser : Royal château of Blois

Musical break in the gardens

Fare : Concert only
Full price adult: €10
Reduced and children (6-17 years old): €8

From 16 June, deckchairs and blankets will be set up in the gardens of the Foix terrace. In the shade of the chestnut and hundred-year-old cedar trees, several concerts of New Orleans jazz, bossa nova, gospel, great French standards, and also classical music will give rhythm to this place steeped in history! The eclectic programme will bring together, among others, Les Amies de Monsieur who draw on a joyful repertoire, between Yvette Guilbert and Charles Trénet, Bartoc, a crazy and burlesque duo or Les Barons du Bayou who distil a swamp jazz with the colours of

Friday 16 June: Cluster Ensemble (Exotica)

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Around a table, 12 guests - percussionists, clarinettists, guitarists, bassists, singers and choristers - are gathered to celebrate conviviality!

They revisit emblematic songs, from Michel Fugain to 50 Cent and Henri Salvador. Flamenco, samba, chaâbi, baile funk: genres, languages and musical colours blend together to the delight of the audience.

Multidisciplinary collective of young artists brought together by Raphaël Guattari

Friday 23rd June : Les Amies de Monsieur

Enlarge the pictureAn accordionist, musician of the backstreets, bewildered by two women who don't let themselves be fooled, one a nightingale of the suburbs, the other a gossipy and confident songstress, such is the programme of this joyful, unexpected and invigorating tour de chant, taking its source in the songs of the pre- and post-war period.

With Véronique Mathais, Cathy Crèche and Baptiste Touret

Friday 30 June : Bartoc

Enlarge the pictureA taxidermist dreaming of an unlikely love affair with a violinist, a prostitute who hopes to become a singer in the corridors of the metro, an artist-megalomaniac ready to do anything to succeed: this crazy duo takes you on a burlesque, fantastical, even phantasmagorical journey with its humorous and surprising songs where the classical music of Mozart, Chopin or Beethoven rubs shoulders with Juliette, Jean Guidoni or Bertolt Brecht.

With Aline Pelletier and David Barral

Friday 21st July : Apple Juice

Enlarge the pictureFour unconditional Beatles lovers bring the music of George, John, Paul and Ringo to Blois with a series of covers of the legendary group.

With Frédéric Peslier, Claude Rochais, Philippe Ménagé and Thierry Morchoire

Friday 28 July : The bad hairdresser

Enlarge the pictureWith passion and determination, these four women make the Occitan language and culture shine. Their intense polyphonic songs are remarkably poetic and expressive, intertwining joy, indignation, pleasure, anger, exaltation and love.

With Karine Berny, Myriam Boisserie, Marie Coumes and Laëtitia Dutech

Friday 4 August : The Essentials

Enlarge the pictureLulled by negro spirituals since their childhood, these four sisters set the castle gardens alight with their traditional and contemporary gospel music.
traditional and contemporary gospel music. If each of them has an incredible voice their complementary voices and their joie de vivre will undoubtedly seduce you.

Friday 11th August : Leiho

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In the intimacy of a guitar and a voice, Leiho takes you on a journey through an uninhibited pop-folk universe.

Through a groove influenced by soul and R&B, let yourself be carried by a warm voice in melodies that are sometimes melancholic, sometimes light.

Friday 18 August: Pierre Boisseau

Enlarge the pictureFolk, blues and text songs punctuate Pierre Boisseau's particular universe. With sensitivity but also humour, this outspoken "sower of words" colours his songs with guitar, double bass and drums, a tasty mix that reinforces the acoustic of his performance.

With Pierre Boisseau, Pascal Grelat and Christian Dard

Friday 25 August : The Bayou Barons

Enlarge the pictureThe Baron on double bass, the Marquis on vocals and banjo, the Godfather on drums, and their companions, distil a swamp jazz with the colours of Louisiana. Their flamboyant personalities promise feverish moments, punctuated by rock'n'roll, gospel, country music and New Orleans jazz and rumba.


Gardens of the Foix terrace (or indoors in case of bad weather)

- Concert only
Adults: 10 € | Reduced (Blois Culture Pass holders, Friends of the castle - on presentation of proof) and children (6-17 years): 8 €.

- Visit + concert
Reduced rates for the concert on presentation of an entrance ticket to the castle and/or the Sound and Light Show and/or the House of Magic
Adults: 8 € | Children (6-17 years): 6 €

Online booking recommended: Ticketing to come HERE


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