Mars en Folie Returns to China

by swisscham in Culture & Society

More Chinese cities will have the chance to listen to original French songs during the seventh edition of the Mars en Folie music festival this month. The event is co-presented by the Alliance Francaise network and the Embassies of Canada, Switzerland and Belgium, plus the Wallonia-Brussels Delegation and Quebec government offices in China. The festival, on the occasion of the 19th edition of La Fete de la Francophonie en Chine (The French-Language Events Festival in China), will offer a range of sounds from the emerging Francophone music scene, which will be heard in 14 cities across China. The concerts will be in Tianjin (March 5), Jinan (March 6), Qingdao (March 7), Beijing (March 8), Xi’an (March 10), Chongqing (March 12), Chengdu (March 13), Shanghai (March 14), Nanjing (March 15), Hangzhou (March 16), Wuhan (March 18), Guangzhou (March 20), Macao (March 21) and Hong Kong (March 22).

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