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French May Arts Festival returns for its 30th anniversary

A major cultural highlight in Asia, French May Arts Festival is set to present over 100 scintillating programs across myriad artistic genres and borders from April to June 2023.
Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, French May Arts Festival 2023 will run from April to June, rolling out an array of programmes of dance, theatre, music, art and more under the theme PULSARTE.

“Pulse”, “connection” and “growth” are the keywords of this year’s programme, and PULSARTE aims to position Hong Kong as a cultural destination that pulsates, engages and nurtures local and international communities, fostering creation, collaboration and artistic exchange across genres and borders.

Culture buffs can look forward to the interactive exhibition Virtually Versailles which reimagines heritage and future; the dynamic contemporary dance series Dance Reflection by Van Cleef & Arpels; the joint performance by cosmopolitan singer-songwriter-composer Karen Ann and the Debussy String Quartet; and many more!

Also under the umbrella of French May Arts Festival is French GourMay Food & Wine Festival – the only major festival in Hong Kong and Macau dedicated to gastronomy that represents the very best of France.

Organized by French Trade Commission Business France, this festival is in its 14th year run-ning, and will lift the festive joy with premium French cuisine and wines in collaboration with over 140 part- ners in Hong Kong and Macau from 1 to 31 May 2023. With the theme of French sparkling wine this year, French GourMay’s highlights include the 9th edition of French Traditional Gourmet Market, held from 12 to 14 May at Central Market, and 1 to 4 June at NINA MALL.
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