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Un Piano qui Chante - A Piano That Sings


Thu 18 Mar 2021, 6:30pm–9:30pm

Where: The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Per person: $99.00
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Listed by: milko

Un Piano Qui Chante (A Piano that sings)

A Fine Dining & Show Event
Cost is inclusive of a glass of " Sparkly" on arrival.

Get lost in the romance of an evening of classical French music in the art deco charm of Cellos Grand Dining Room.

Renowned Australian classical pianist Andrew Rumsey, with special guest Thomas Azoury, will be performing music of some of the most famous French Classical composers of all time; Debussy, Chopin, Saint-Saëns, Ravel, Fauré, Bizet, plus a special tribute to legendary French composer Michel Legrand.

In Un Piano Qui Chante, Andrew Rumsey and Thomas Azoury will revel in an immersive French musical degustation menu bringing to your table the romance of Classical French music delivered outside The Concert Hall while enjoying a fine dining experience in the art - deco exquisite Grand Dining Room of The Castlereagh.

Featuring Australian Classical Pianist Andrew Rumsey & Special Guest Clarinetist Thomas Azoury.

This is a French Music Festival Event - Francophonie 2021
Artistic Director: Milko Foucault - Larche