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25th Sept 2022 open 10am - 5.30pm

The Princess Grace Irish Library was delighted to welcome back the talented pupils from l'Académie Rainier III who performed beautiful Irish music. 

Our heartfelt thanks for superb performances from Alfredo De Marzio, Olga De Marzio, Chloë Falleti, Giuseppe Aliberti,Mathew Benezech, Kévin Favergeaud and Camille Labis under the guidance of their music professor Mme Martine Favergeaud who conducted.

  • Three concerts at: 11am, 11.30am and 2.30pm
  • Duration 20 minutes
  • Guided visits of the library at: 
    • 10.30am, 12 midday, 2pm, 3.30pm and 4pm
    • Duration 15 minutes
  • A screening of the documentary 'Her name was Grace'
    • Enjoy rare footage and a personal insight into the life of Princess Grace by the Prince's family and close friends. 
    • Start time 4pm
    • Duration 55 minutes
  • For one day only, the Association des Cartophiles de Monaco will display at the library a selection of their rare postcards, dating from the 50’s to the 70’s, that will take visitors on a voyage of the life of Princess Grace as a mother and her role as Princess of the Principality. The display is in homage of the 40th anniversary of the passing of Princess Grace this month.

Reserve your place by email: info@pgil.mc

Tel: +377 93 50 12 25

We thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful Irish music performed for Heritage Day in 2021 by the talented pupils from l’Académie Rainier III - such joy to listen to the airs on the mandolin, mandola, mandoloncelle and guitar. Thank you to the music professor Mme Martine Favergeaud who conducted her pupils (in alphabetical order) Giuseppe Aliberti, Mathew Benezech, Chloë Falleti, Kévin Favergeaud, Camille Labis, Alfredo De Marzio and Olga De Marzio.

For this 27th edition of the Journées Européennes du Patrimoine the Princess Grace Irish Library is proud to collaborate with the Association des Cartophiles de Monaco. Founded in 1979, the non-profit association brings amateur collectors together to share their passion for original postcards of the Principality.  

Thank you for the display of beautiful, rare postcards of Princess Grace and Her family from the 50s and 60s.

For more information visit their website

They are also on Facebook and Instagram.

Contact by tel: +33 6 18 61 27 39

or email: cartophiles.monaco@gmail.com


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