Eurythmia at Théâtre Silvia Monfort

Eurythmia at Théâtre Silvia Monfort
Théâtre Silvia Monfort

Until June 20, 2024

No dialogue


Théâtre Silvia Monfort
106 rue Brancion, 75015 Paris
Capacity 456 seats


1 h 30 hour

No intermission


Jazz Concert

Recommended for ages 10 and up

No dialogue


Eurythmy is a harmonious combination of lines and proportions, but also of sounds and musical lines. This is exactly what composer and pianist Eve Risser invites you to discover in her aptly titled concert Eurythmia.

Accompanied by her jazz orchestra, the Red Desert Orchestra, and three Burkinabe percussionists, she offers a rich musical blend of traditional sounds and contemporary jazz. Inspired by her travels in West Africa, Eve Risser brilliantly blends balafons, djembes and the bara with her orchestra, creating a sound atmosphere that is at once delicate, spellbinding and conducive to improvisation. An invitation to travel and discover awaits you with Eurythmia.


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Théâtre Silvia Monfort

106 rue Brancion, 75015 Paris

History and Fun Facts about the Théâtre Silvia Monfort

But who was this famous Silvia Monfort, after whom a theatre was named?

Not surprisingly, she was a great French actress who was born in Paris in 1923 and died in 1991. She was a member of the French Resistance, an actress, a novelist, a director and a theatre director. Silvia Monfort was one of the greatest interpreters of Racine's Phèdre.


The theatre that bears her name, the Théâtre Silvia Monfort, built in the heart of Georges Brassens Park, is now a genuine cultural venue with a rich and varied programme, resolutely oriented towards new authors and theatrical forms. Fans of both French and international theatre come here to discover directorial nuggets, visual shows and plays created by companies from all over the world. Added to this are the two plus points of the Théâtre Silvia Monfort, which on sunny days make it a place not to be missed: its green terrace and cosy bar, a real meeting place like no other in Paris.


Originally set up in the Marais under the name Carré Thorigny, the Théâtre Silvia Monfort as we know it today moved into the former abattoirs of Vaugirard in 1979. The current buildings were inaugurated in 1992. Discover this venue dedicated to contemporary creation and discovery, with a varied programme focusing on the diversity of genres and cultures. A theatre open to the world for the curious.


Fast Facts:
Capacity: 456
Handicap accessible: Yes, please contact us after booking at so we can inform the theatre and provide the best possible welcome for you.
Air conditioning: No
Heating: Yes
Coat check: No


How do I get to Théâtre Silvia Monfort in the 16th arrondissement of Paris?

The Théâtre Silvia Monfort is accessible by:
Metro: Line 13 (station Porte de Vanves), line 12 (station Convention)
Address: 106 rue Brancion, 75015 Paris
In case of difficulty, our hotline can be reached during our business hours. Please see the footer of this page for our contact details.

What do I do when I get to Théâtre Silvia Monfort?

We invite you to arrive 30 minutes before the beginning of Jogging, and present your voucher at the front desk. Théâtre Silvia Monfort’s staff members will guide you to your seats. Ushers do not accept tips.
In the event of a slight delay, spectators will be allowed entrance to the theatre.

How long does the jazz concert, Eurythmia, last?

The jazz concert, Eurythmia, at Théâtre Silvia Monfort lasts approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, with no intermission.

Is Eurythmia for an international audience or French speakers?

Both! The Théâtre Silvia Monfort welcomes audiences from all over the world! Music is a universal language, therefore Eurythmia is accessible to anyone from any corner of the world.

Can I choose my seat when booking?

It is not possible to choose your seat when booking a ticket for Eurythmia as seating is free in the venue. We recommend that you arrive early to ensure that you have a choice of seats. What's more, the theatre has a lovely green terrace where you can enjoy a drink and a chat before and after the show. A rarity in Paris!

Is there a dress code at Théâtre Silvia Monfort?

There is no specific dress code at Théâtre Silvia Monfort, but proper attire is appreciated.

Is it possible to eat and/or have a drink at the Théâtre Silvia Monfort?

Théâtre Silvia Monfort has a bar that serves snacks and drinks making it an ideal place to enjoy a pre-show get together on their pleasant green terrace.