Rendez-vous aux jardins 2023: “Gardens and music”.

Designed to awaken the senses and to help everyone discover the variety and richness of gardens, the “Rendez-vous aux jardins” events highlight the art of gardening and gardening heritage. They underline their essential role in our well-being and our identity in both urban and rural areas. Music and natural sounds in the garden are the highlights of the 2023 programme.

For further information, see the agenda or click here.


From 3 to 6 June 2022, Luxembourg is once again participating in the Rendez-vous aux jardins, launched in 2018 by HEREIN, a European network for information and cooperation on cultural heritage which brings together European public administrations responsible for national policies and strategies in the cultural heritage sector. In 2022, some 3,000 gardens in 25 European countries took part in this event, attracting some 2 million visitors. Some 39 private and public gardens took part in the Luxembourg program.



The Ministry of Culture invites any public or private interested party to participate in this project and to open the doors of its park or garden for one or more days during the period June 2 to 4, 2023. The project aims to raise visitors’ awareness of the protection, conservation, maintenance, restoration, or creation of gardens. Discover these magnificent spaces through the music and sounds produced by nature!

Find the agenda here www.jardinsluxembourg.lu/agenda

Find the international agenda here https://rendezvousauxjardins.culture.gouv.fr/


“Musical Gardens”

Many composers and musicians draw their inspiration from the lineaments of nature. The 2023 garden meetings are a unique opportunity to spend excellent moments of musical relaxation and some tips on maintaining your personal gardens in the company of musician-gardeners and professional gardeners. Discover the correlation between the particular setting of the gardens and the music performed there!

The 2023 edition of the Rendez-vous aux jardins raises awareness among the public not only of the diversity of our historical and contemporary garden heritage, public and private, but also to promote the historical links between music, composition and landscape. A sensual way to discover the relationship between landscape and music.

This event will make it possible to organize concerts, playful or educational exchanges between owners of gardens or professional gardeners and musicians of all ages, thanks to various activities.


The “transmission of knowledge around the garden and music” includes:

  • The organization of concerts of all kinds, in groups or by solo artists.
  • The reading or performance, interpretation or dance of extracts from literature or poetry related to the natural heritage respectively to the site to be visited;
  • Awakening to the sounds of nature;
  • Sensitization to correlation between landscape and music