It’s impossible not to stop before the Pavillon Noir. Located in Aix-en-Provence ’s new modern quarter, a few meters from the Grand Théâtre de Provence and just above the future Conservatory of Music and Dance designed by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, this intense black building appears like a 3D mashrabiya. Emphasizing its verticality, the Pavillon Noir sports a facade that allow one to see the activity taking place inside, dance!
Choreographies by the dancers of Angelin Preljocaj’s troupe as well as resident dancers seems to beat like a heart inside the building. An experience that the ballet invites you to share via an exciting program and innovative events like public rehearsals. This place generates vocations…
An immersion into the life of the painter Paul Cézanne, a genuine emotional experience that transports you to Provence at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Fountains of Provence
“Aix” means water, which explains the presence of more than 40 fountains in the town. Dedicated tours are organized in order to discover them.
The Granet Museum
This is the museum you must visit when passing through Aix, that holds in its collection artists like Cézanne, Picasso, Ingres, Granet and the priceless Planque Collection.