Luxembourg events for January 6-7

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Фото: Michel Grolet, Unsplash

Фото: Michel Grolet, Unsplash

The first weekend of the new year will be a quiet and measured one in the Grand Duchy. And with the floods, it's hard to find the energy to have fun. We offer a leisure program that will save your energy, but at the same time raise your spirits.

Workshops for children

Keeping a child busy after the holidays is hard enough, but there is still a way to give energy an outlet. This Saturday, the Luxembourg City Museum will host a workshop to create a decorative necklace with their own hands. This activity is ideal for children over the age of 9, as it will require advanced motor skills and coordination.

Time: 6 of january, 14:00–17:00

Price: for free

Address: 14 Rue du St Esprit, 1475 Ville-Haute Luxembourg

New Year's concert

A festive performance by a symphony orchestra under the patronage of the Grand Duke. You will be able to listen to masterpieces of world classics tomorrow at the City Philharmonic Society. The program includes the invigorating overture to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera "The Marriage of Figaro", extroverted Central European dances by Brahms and Dvořák, romantic compositions by Elgar and Fritz Kreisler and the irresistible "Trick Truck Polka" by Johann Strauss. And that's not all: the conductor will be the star violinist Renaud Capuçon.

Time: 6 of January, 19:30

Price: 21-75 euros

Address1 Pl. de l'Europe, 1499 Clausen Luxembourg

Epiphany Shmepiphany

We offer a few laughs in the company of Jeroen Leenders, Austin Francis and Jim Williams. The three comedians promise to help with anxiety and find the company of like-minded people. The evening is sure to appeal to those who lack joy and laughter in their daily lives. The only drawback is the limited number of seats, so be sure to reserve your ticket in advance.

Time: 6 of January, 21:00 – 23:00

Price: 15 euro

Address65 Rue du Fort Neipperg, 2230 Gare Luxembourg

Engraved animals

Villa Vauban has placed in its interiors dozens of works by 17th century masters who tried to depict the world around them in their engravings. This is quite an interesting experience, as the vision and images of engravers of the past can be very different from the images we are accustomed to.

Time: untill June 9, 2024, 10:00 – 21:00

Price: free

Address18 Av. Emile Reuter, 2420 Ville-Haute Luxembourg

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