Strasbourg France Music
International students from all over Europe and the world are coming to Strasbourg for their first study trip. It was a five-day outing for music professor Bradley Ethington, who conducted the Strasburg Conservatoire's wind orchestra. Students with advanced French have the possibility to enrol directly for one of the three courses of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences or French Language and Literature. In science (where access is limited) students can choose from courses in English, French, German, Spanish, English and French literature, as well as French.
Other faculties of the Universite de Strasbourg also teach courses, and LCCF students can participate in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, depending on their ability to take courses in studies. They can also obtain a diploma signed by the President of the University of Strasbourg, which certifies that they have taken graduate courses at the French institution. French language and literature, courses can be taken in English, German, Spanish, English and French.
The LCCF gives students a cultural ticket, which allows them to buy discounted cinema tickets, discounted tickets to concerts, discounts on food and drink, and discounts in other areas of life.
The AIR Strasbourg airport is 10 km from the city centre, and students can fly to the airport with Lufthansa, where they can take a bus from Lefebvre to their destination. It is connected by a train shuttle (4 times per hour), which runs with a journey time of 9 minutes.
The Batorama excursion begins with a visit to Rohan House, an 18th century manor house on the river that housed four of the "Rohan bishops" before becoming Napoleon's Strasbourg residence. It is located in a developed area to the south west of Strasbourg, just outside the city centre, and is situated on the banks of a river, the Rooftop, near the city centre. Batorsama Excursion, a tour of one of France's most popular tourist attractions, is located in an area built by the River Roon and its tributaries, as well as a number of historic buildings and monuments.
It is located in an area built by the River Roon and its tributaries, just outside the city centre, in the developed area south-west of Strasbourg, around the roof.
Alsace is France's eastern border and, with a population of over 1.5 million, one of the most densely populated regions of the country. Alsace is also the most important beer producing region, followed by the largest number of breweries in France and the second largest beer market in Europe after Germany.
Although Strasbourg is bordering Germany, the carnival celebrations here offer a mix of French and German traditions. Street signs also bear old German names, and restaurants serve Alsatian cuisine that is best suited to the two nations. The language spoken here today is quake-French, but culture has contributed to the landscape of Strasbourg in the 21st century. Lewis Clark's France programme in Strasbourg focuses on language, history and contemporary culture in France.
For more information, please refer to the Tourist Office brochure, which lists many restaurants in Strasbourg. The Creation of Freedom is a festival that invites artists and the public to experiment, to question our understanding of music and to welcome the democratisation of Strasbourg culture. A national initiative that is very well received in and around Strasbourg and complemented by a conventional programme is the Festival de l'Art et de la Musique, a festival of art and music in the city.
It is a music festival that mixes rock, jazz and multimedia creations and there are stops in the city centre and other parts of Strasbourg. It is the first of its kind in Europe and one of the most popular music festivals in France.
The festival begins with the Great Strasbourg Zombie Walk, where fans can recreate their favourite films. First conceived in 1981, the Day and Night Music Festival has become one of the most popular events in Strasbourg and has been accompanied by events throughout Strasbourg since its inception. In order to make the city a more attractive destination for music lovers of all ages and to celebrate the musical repertoire of a new generation of musicians, the French Minister of Culture launched the Stras Luxembourg Musica Festival in 2009.
The great contrast of the Petite France district could not be a better example of Strasbourg's cultural diversity and rich musical heritage. This has led to the creation of a number of cultural events, such as the Stras Luxembourg Musica Festival, as well as a number of concerts and exhibitions.
Zenith is the name of a music institution that has the same stylistic features and has therefore been awarded the Zenith label. Located on Place de la Cathedral, it is a well-preserved example of Strasbourg's rich musical heritage. The Zeniths is a name that gives the impression that all music institutions share some of the same stylistic features and therefore are awarded the "Zeniths Label." TheZenITH is another name that gives the illusion that all music institutions share the same musical style, as well as a number of other institutions in Strasbourg, and therefore receive a "Zenith label."