For the second year running, the Orangerie de Lanniron is hosting the "Rencontres à l'Orangerie de Lanniron" arts festival. 

Over two days, 17 artists will be offering unique performances ranging from painting and singing to culinary arts and music. 

This event will take place in the historic building of the orangery, listed in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments, dating from the early XVIIIᵉ century. The purpose of this orangery was the winter storage of orange, lemon, bergamot and other exotic plants. 



Saturday 21st October

16H00 Opening 

17H00 Presentation of the artists and opening of the festival

18H00 Concert-Voyage : 

W. A. Mozart: Concerto no. 3 for horn (Antoine Bouissonnié: horn)
L. V. Beethoven: Sonata no. 9 for piano and violin (Jean Estournet: violin) 
Maurice Delaistier: Seven studies after paintings by Bruno Baloup (world premiere). With Aymeric Biesemans, vocals, and Shiho Narushima, piano. Installation by calligrapher Izumi Kohama, accompanied by storyteller Maurice Delaister and Shiho Narushima on piano. 

7.30 pm Aperitif dinner by La Popote Japonaise 


Sunday 22nd October 

11.00 Opening of the exhibitions 

11.30 Installation by calligrapher Izumi Kohama 

12H00 Lunch by Daruma Deli 

14H00 Kamishibaï (paper theatre) by Hiromi Asai 

15.00 Concert by young talent 

15.45 Snack prepared by the Franco-Japanese patisserie Anbaï 

16.45 Horn ensemble