Each year, nearly 120 events are held at the Diapason: renowned or emerging artists, a multitude of student projects, events combining the arts and sciences, a weekly film club.
24,000 people take advantage of this unique offer in the cultural landscape of Rennes.
Student rates vary according to the size of the show, from 5 to 8 euros, and many events are free.
This space devoted to culture is multi-purpose, with two standing/seated configurations (700/500 seats), a 130m2 stage, sound, lighting and video equipment and the presence of two stage managers, making it possible to host all types of shows.
A space for creation
The Diapason regularly receives companies in residence for creations combining arts and sciences (Vertige, Oxygène, Richter Via Les Ondes)
Since 2005, many musicians have passed through the Diapason, among others:
Raahshan Ahmad, The Bikini Machine, Roy Ayers, Fred Wesley, Alice Russel, Kendra Morris, Robert Glasper Experiment, Didier Wampas, Mr Roux.
An exhibition space
The exhibitions offered at the Diapason are also varied: scientific exhibitions, arts & sciences, or student projects.
The cafeteria is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at lunchtime for snacks (sandwiches, pies and salads), and on show nights for a drink.
Two acoustic rehearsal rooms are available to students, one equipped with an upright piano and the other with a digital piano.
You can also use the film photo lab and the digital editing bench in the video workshop.
Students wishing to rehearse in a group can join the Ampli, the association that manages the university's current music room.
The Diapason also has 3 sports rooms: a boxing room, a dojo, and a gym.