Bois qui Chante

Description

In the Arses Forest above Rougemont grow some of the world’s most wonderful trees — whose wood is famous for the quality of its resonance. What could be better then than a ten-day festival celebrating this exceptional heritage? Every year in mid-October, Château-d’Œx’s “Bois qui Chante” (Singing Wood) Festival explores the whole panoply of musical instruments built in wood. Open to every kind of participant, the Festival offers a rich and varied programme, combining concerts of classical and popular music with films, conferences, children’s shows and — a great favourite — forest hikes to visit the magnificent singing trees where they grow.

Ticketing

In the Arses Forest above Rougemont grow some of the world’s most wonderful trees — whose wood is famous for the quality of its resonance. What could be better then than a ten-day festival celebrating this exceptional heritage? Every year in mid-October, Château-d’Œx’s “Bois qui Chante” (Singing Wood) Festival explores the whole panoply of musical instruments built in wood. Open to every kind of participant, the Festival offers a rich and varied programme, combining concerts of classical and popular music with films, conferences, children’s shows and — a great favourite — forest hikes to visit the magnificent singing trees where they grow.

Ticketing

Duration

People usually spend 1.5 hours here.
Location
Getting There
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