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Concert
20 September 2019
Noturna –  Brasilian Jazz 
 

Chloé DEYME – Voice
William LECOMTE – Piano

Cocktail from 7 p.m., concert at 8 p.m. 
Entry and Cocktail: 30€ per person, children till 16 free
Entry, Cocktail, Diner including drinks: 95€ per person
 

 
Author, composer and interpreter, Chloé Deyme is having fun on the Brazilian accents of an ethnic mixed jazz,
and walks along a path dotted with small wonders between Paris, her hometown,
and Brazil, her favourite for 17 years now.
Her first album was composed, written and recorded between Paris and Rio from 2012 to 2015. Three years of research, encounters, and inspirations around Brazilian music in what it has most of jazz.
Three years of which it came out as one emerges from a long sleepless and festive night, with in the depths of the heart
the title of this album: Noturna (Nocturne).
 
 
 
 
 
Concert
25 October 2019
 « Humour, poetry, music ! »  
  New show 
 
Brigitte FOSSEY – Actress
Nicolas CELORO – Pianist and composer
 
Texts by: Jacques Prévert, Victor Hugo, Henri Michaux, Robert Desnos, Jean Tardieu 
Musics by: Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Schumann, Schubert, Satie, Debussy et Nicola Celoro 
 
 
Cocktail from 7 p.m., concert at 8 p.m. in the Grand Galery
Entry and Cocktail: 30€ per person, children till 16 free
Entry, Cocktail, Diner including drinks: 95€ per person
 
 
 
This show is all the literary, poetic and humorous art, ideally served by the lively and playful speech of Brigitte Fossey, which merges with the universal language of music, thanks to the unforgettable pages of the pianistic repertoire, that we always listen with pleasure, but also thanks to the discovery of Nicolas Celoro’s lovely compositions.