"A place for heightened focus: where each participant's creative energy compels us to surpass ourselves."
Luc-Marie Aguera, violinist - Chamber music faculty


All concerts presented by Musique à Flaine are free entrance.

Music week in March

Artists in residence

Every year since 2011, Musique à Flaine has invited emerging artists who are former summer academy trainees to perform in the Flaine auditorium in a series of concerts during the month of March. In tandem with the concerts, musicians participate in an educational outreach program with the elementary school in Flaine.

Artist’s residencies, thanks to Musique à Flaine‘s generous support have made it possible to record two CDs in the auditorium, on the Evidence Classics label.

Zeliha trio will be invited to the next classical music week, which will be hold from the 6th to the 13th of March 2021.

MAF20 Trio Zeliha

©Cyril Ghestem

Program of the concert TBA

Concerts in August

Concerts and class recitals are presented every year during the summer academy. Professors, ensembles in residence and some trainees perform together in Flaine auditorium and Les Carroz church.

In relation to the sanitary crisis, the usual concert in the Carroz Church will be held in Flaine Auditorium, more suitable to distanciation measures.


Instrument classes recitals 2020

– Tuesday 25th of August 10 am -1 pm : cello class of P.Bruns
– Wednesday 26th of August 9.30 – 11.30 am : violin class of A. Bielow / 1 – 3 pm : viola class of P.Sachse
– Thurday 27th of August 10 am -1 pm : violin class of C.Poiget / 5-7 pm : chamber music from the groups made on site

The Eric and Sylvie Boissonnas Auditorium in Flaine

© Cyril Ghestem

Thanks to the involvement of Flaine’s founders – passionate music and art enthusiasts Éric et Sylvie Boissonnas – Marcel Breuer and associates built the Flaine auditorium, named in honor of its founders and inaugurated in 1986. The auditorium is located at Flaine Forêt. A semi-horizontal lift provides accessibility from Flaine Forum. The shape of the building’s exterior brings to mind a grand piano, and its windows reflect the surrounding mountains. In the lobby there is an impressive glistening sculpted fountain by Pol Bury comprised of 25 steel balls and flowing water, and a diptych called Jaune Secret III by Monique Frydman hangs overhead. This 500-seat auditorium is very confortable and its acoustics are exceptional. It provides ideal conditions for both the musicians and the audience.