In connection with the 2020 European Heritage Days, Les SUBS hosts the Orchestre National de Lyon and its new musical director, Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, for two exceptional concerts.
To mark his arrival as the musical director of the Orchestre national de Lyon*, Danish conductor Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider has chosen the Skylight at Les SUBS to offer the public two exceptional concerts with the orchestra’s 104 musicians. Considered one of the world’s best violinists, Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider has also proven himself to be a conductor with rare musicality and an unusually flamboyant style.
Saturday 19 September, at 6 and 7 PM
To mark his arrival as musical director of the Orchestre national de Lyon*, Danish conductor Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider has chosen the Skylight at Les SUBS as the place to offer two exceptional concerts with the orchestra’s 104 musicians. Considered one of the world’s best violinists, Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider has also been recognized as a conductor with rare musicality and panache.
* Establishment of the City of Lyon, the Auditorium-National Orchestra of Lyon is subsidized by the State (Ministry of Culture)
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September from 10 to 6 (continuously)
A remarkable set of historical buildings ideally situated on the banks of the Saône, Les Subsistances has lived several lives. A convent in the 17th century, a food warehouse for the French army in the 19th and 20th centuries, and a site for artistic creation and experimentation since the early 2000s, it is overflowing with fascinating stories!
Cross the Esplanade, raise your eyes to the Skylight, walk under the arcades of the nuns’ Dining Hall, wander around in their ancient cells . . . Follow the guides!
Discover the surprising history of Les Subsistances by yourself using subs-circuit, an augmented self-guided tour designed for smartphones and tablets (available at the reception-ticket office).
Young and less young, head off on an adventure that will take you all over Les Subsistances. Your efforts will be rewarded!