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Un Piano qui Chante [ A Piano that sings]

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  • Un Piano qui Chante - Adult: $40.00 each
  • Un Piano qui Chante - Concession: $30.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply


  • Sun 5 Nov 2023, 2:00pm–3:45pm


All Ages

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UN PIANO QUI CHANTE [A piano that sings]
For the second year, Award Winning Milko Foucault-Larche is teaming up with Classical/Jazz Pianist Alex Parkmen to deliver a French musical afternoon that travels through time.

Let's call is a "Phantasmagoria" of musical genres that brings to your seat the Romance of French music.

From Chopin to Charles Aznavour
From Debussy to Yves Montand
From Ravel to Jacques Brel

Alex Parkmen was born in Odessa, Ukraine. He began to study music at the age of three, encouraged by his mother, also a musician who played and taught both piano and piano accordion.

At the age of six, Alex was acknowledged as child prodigy and was accepted to the famous Stoliarsky School for musically gifted children. After eleven years of studying, Alex joined Kiev Conservatorium where he trained as both classical and jazz pianist. That led him to always wanting to combine the two genres, to experiment, interpret, and improvise.

Now based in Sydney, Alex calls Australia home and performs in many venues, both solo as well as with other musicians, across the country. He also participates in various international music festivals. At every performance, Alex delights audience around the world with his brilliant technique and mesmerizing artistry.

Award Winning Entertainer Milko Foucault - Larche is mostly known in Australia for his unique Charles Aznavour tribute as well as his French & European productions.
With his command of the French language, Milko has emerged in recent years, as the leading ambassador of French popular music in Australia.

Milko made his International debut in New York in 2006 in a sold out performance of the Cabaret version of the show AZNAVOUR... FROM TODAY: The first Aznavour show in Australia.

That same year, Milko released the first Aznavour album by an Australian recording artist.

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