The large cultural associations, subsidised by the State (see chapter 1.2.5.) constitute the cultural landscape of the Principality. Also:
- the Monte-Carlo Ballet, under the direction of the choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot, brings together three institutions serving the art of choreography: the Monte-Carlo Ballet Compagny, whose audience and reputation have reached an international level, the Monaco Dance Forum, which offers the advantages of a multi-faceted festival, and the Princess Grace Academy, which trains dancers through an establishment that provides high-level artistic and academic education. In 2018, the Monte-Carlo Ballet created an event by launching the first edition of the F(ê)aites de la danse. This unique format of meeting with the public was a great success, bringing together thousands of spectators and dancers around the Casino square, which was transformed, for one evening, into a magnificent dance floor.
- The Monte-Carlo Opera, whose important season with a varied repertoire proposes the rereading of classics and the discovery of new works. Created in 2015, the baroque music ensemble, placed under the artistic direction of Cécilia Bartoli and named “Les Musiciens du Prince”, is intended to accompany the singer on some of her tours.
- The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, which offers a musical season that subtly combines innovation and tradition.
- The Festival Printemps des Arts of Monte-Carlo, created in 1970 by the Prince Rainier III, offers a contemporary and eclectic musical programme.
- The Princess Grace Theatre, which for over thirty years has welcomed the greatest names and given young talent their chance. With an artistic line now refocused on theatre, it contributes to the cultural influence and reputation of the Principality, notably with performances in English and Italian.