A new brand from La Fugue, the specialist in exceptional cultural trips founded nearly 40 years ago by Frédéric Pfeffer, Artrotters is a creator of short-break cultural trips.
"Artrotters differentiates itself from La Fugue by offering short breaks of two to five days, with a unique offer based around an original show from the new scene," explains Chloé Lefevre, head of the brand.
The agency's ambition is to reach out to a younger audience and to become the benchmark for trips focusing on contemporary creation, combining the avant-garde of today's artistic scene with contemporary art and live performances, from opera to musicals, to satisfy the tastes and curiosity of all generations. Without forgetting to maintain a close relationship with its customers, both regulars and newcomers.
The shows are chosen for their originality, blending contemporary art with revisited classics, with guaranteed front-row seats! To add a touch of voluptuousness to these unique stays, a selection of boutique hotels is offered, combining intimate charm with contemporary design. A member of the Arttotters team will accompany participants on every trip.
Al Ula : Two concerts to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth
Among the programmes on offer, we have chosen Al Ula, from 2 to 4 January 2020. Located in north-west Saudi Arabia, Al-Ula is an exceptional archaeological and cultural natural park, and the site of the first unesco World Heritage Site, Hegra.
On the programme for this trip, the Orchestre National du Capitole du Toulouse conducted by Lio Kukman will play Beethoven?s Triple Concerto for violin and cello and Symphony No. 3 "Eroïca".
As well as sharing an exceptional moment of music, the participants will be able to exchange views with such famous soloists as violinist Renaud Capuçon, cellist Edgar Moreau and the extraordinary young pianist Kit Armstrong, a pupil of Alfred Brendel.
In the morning, visit the archaeological sites in the company of a French-speaking archaeologist who has worked on the site.
Venice: Donizetti?s Elixir of Love for Valentine?s Day
Visit Teatro La FeniceOn 15 February 2020, the Spanish tenor Celso Albelo and the Italian soprano Damiana Mizzi invite us to a bel canto in the colours of seduction, in Bepi Morassi?s colourful and stimulating staging. The work is one of the most popular in the operatic world, bringing together young singers well-versed in the Italian repertoire.
On Saturday 14th, a day at leisure in Venice. For the evening of Valentine?s Day, an exceptional dinner has been concocted at one of the most exclusive and sought-after addresses in Venice; surprise! You?ll enjoy local cuisine, prepared with local produce, in an authentic setting.