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April 16 to 18, 2016 - Deauville

FESTIVAL BOOKS & MUSIC

Each year in spring, the Deauville Books & Music Festival honors writers inspired by music. Dozens of authors and musicians enliven this festival on a different theme each year. Continuing the path initiated in 2013 to explore foreign literature, the 2016 edition will be dedicated to Italy. It is placed under the watchful eye of the brilliant Italian fabulist, father of illustrious heroes - Italo Calvino - and remains faithful to its values: sharing, openness, discovery and high standards.

30 meetings, 60 authors, musicians, artists, guest editors
Meetings, workshops, musical readings or concerts, you are at the heart of the Festival and its delightful program. Often unpublished, always rare and intimate moments.
The Viva Italia Program
A look at the literary creation of Italy today, multiple and committed, poetic and political, with the invitation of recognized figures of transalpine letters but also to a new generation of writers concerned about the profound changes going through their country.
Roulez jeunesse program
A place - the youth area - multiple workshops and meetings and a long-awaited school day for nearly 2000 students.
In the wind, the program of French literary news
A program organized around three literary prizes to accompany and support current books inspired by music.

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© Sandrine Boyer-Engel

Open to the world. For more than a decade, Livres & Musiques has been working on this and inventing a new way of traveling in literature.

Raphaëlle Rivière, festival manager

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