Du 21 Juillet au 18 Août
To meet the demands of our dear, loyal audience, we’re always keen to present high-quality concerts, with a programme that’s open to everyone.
This 41st edition of the Heures Musicales de Cunault will forge a link between the music of our time and the emblematic composers of past centuries.

Organ, brass, piano, chamber music and vocal music will serve up a varied, original and ambitious repertoire. Performed by talented artists who are rising stars on the international music scene, this 2024 programme heralds a 41st season rich in colour, surprises and discoveries…


  • Sunday 21 July 2024 at 5 p.m. –Prieurale de Cunault 

    Trio Résonances

      • David Gardette (Trumpet)
      • Jean-Baptiste Lacou (Trombone)
      • Thomas Pellerin (Organ)

Le Dimanche 21 Juillet 2024 – Prieurale de Cunault concert de Trompette, Trombone et Orgue

“Music feeds on everything that is foreign to it”

Modest Moussorgski’s masterpiece ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’, which evokes an imaginary visit to an art collection, perfectly illustrates this quote from Xavier Darasse. Originally written for piano in 1874 and since arranged and transcribed many times, this famous composition is most often performed and recorded in the symphonic version produced by Maurice Ravel in 1922.

The version proposed for the Heures Musicales de Cunault, produced by Jean-Jacques Metz and Michel Bourcier, exploits the sound resources of the 3 instruments and allows the full range of organ registration techniques to be explored. The programme will be rounded off by a number of major works from a variety of sources.

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  • Sunday 28 July 2024 at 5 p.m. -– Eglise de Trèves

    Quatuor à Cordes Van Kuijk

      • Nicolas Van Kuijk  (violin)
      • Sylvain Favre-Bulle  (violin)
      • Emmanuel François  (alto)
      • Anthony Kondo  (cello)

« Style, energy and a sense of risk (…) These four young Frenchmen are making music smile »  The Guardian

Founded in 2012 in Paris, the Van Kuijk Quartet has racked up awards in just a few years, affirming an outstanding personality and talent. Voted ‘Rising Stars’ for the 2017/2018 season by the ECHO network, which brings together Europe’s leading concert halls, in 2015 the quartet won First Prize in the ‘Wigmore Hall String Quartet Competition’, along with the Haydn and Beethoven prizes, and was ‘BBC New Generation Artists’ from 2015 to 2017. In 2013, the Van Kuijk Quartet won the First Prize and Audience Prize at the Trondheim International Competition in Norway. It is also an HSBC Laureate of the Aix-en-Provence Festival.

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  • Sunday 11 august 2024 at 5 p.m. – –Eglise de Trèves

    Maroussia Gentet
    Piano recital

    Heures Musicales de Cunault - Récital de piano - Maroussia Gentet - 11 août 2024 – Eglise Saint Aubin de Trèves

    “Maroussia Gentet is a pianist whose sensitivity has always been invested in the music of today, while cultivating a love of the great classics”.

    Elle remporte le Premier Prix Blanche Selva, le prix des étudiants, et les Prix SACEM, Roussel, Jolivet, Ricardo Vines, au 13ème Concours International de piano d’Orléans en 2018. Vines et le p
    Son dernier CD “Invocations autour des Miroirs de Ravel”, a été récompensé de cinq Diapasons et d’un coup de cœur de l’Académie Charles Cros.

    Dans le cadre des Heures Musicales de Cunault, Maroussia Gentet propose un récital de piano original en alternant les “Miroirs” de Maurice Ravel (cinq pièces qui évoquent cinq de ses amis) avec des œuvres récentes, créant ainsi d’étonnantes couleurs qui tissent un fil entre ces cinq images poétiques.

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  • Sunday 18 August at 5 p.m. – Prieurale de Cunault

    Choeur a capella 

Concert du Chœur Mikrokosmos - Heures Musicales de Cunault 18 août 2024

Musical direction, set design and staging: Loïc Pierre

An ardent defender of French choral art, Mikrokosmos offers an exceptional palette of sounds, nurtured by unusual artistic adventures. Led by a troupe of young singers and the winner of twenty international awards, Mikrokosmos is a “choral art laboratory” that cultivates audacity.

With Mikrokosmos, the stage is set ablaze, choral art crackles and opens up to all audiences. Over the past 30 years, the choir’s palette has expanded considerably, without any aesthetic boundaries or ankylosing chapels, while retaining its unchanging base: the deployment of languages, rhythmic fever and incandescent harmonies, combined with a powerful metaphorical embodiment, now form Mikrokosmos’s signature in the service of choral art.

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Identical prices for all concerts

Adults : 22 euros
Young ( 18 to 26 years ) : 15 euros
Free ( – 18 years )