About the festival

La Folle Journée

The La Folle Journée Festival is an international annual event, held for the first time in 1995. The festival’s founding father is René Martin – organiser of festivals and numerous concerts of classical music around the world. He is also the founder of the Centre de Realisations et d’Etudes Artistiques à Nantes (C.R.E.A.). The La Folle Journée Festival has been successfully held for many years in France, Spain, Japan and Brazil. It enjoys great popularity and has earned a permanent place in the cultural life of these countries’ communities.

The idea of La Folle Journée is to encourage and facilitate involvement in concerts of classical music while presenting music at the highest possible artistic level. Short concerts take place from morning to night in many halls simultaneously. Ticket prices are low and an extraordinary atmosphere makes La Folle Journée a meeting with music to which everyone, without exception, is invited. This year, the Festival has already been held in France and Spain.

The fourth edition of the festival in Poland will take place from 27 to 29 September 2013 in Warsaw.


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