Concerts Sans Frontières organise a second free classical concert in Paris

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The second concert in the breakthrough classical music series, Concerts Sans Frontières, will take place on November 18 at the Australian Embassy in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. Following the tremendous success of the series’ launch concert in June, this free event returns with ‘Memoirs and Souvenirs’, featuring two blockbusters of the chamber music repertoire: Schumann’s stunning Piano Quartet and Tchaikovsky’s remarkable «Souvenir de Florence» string sextet.

The Concerts Sans Frontières series showcases exceptional performances of well-loved, classical music by some of the world’s finest musical talents. United in their love of creating and sharing music, internationally renowned performers take their audience on a unique and touchingly human journey as they share their own experience of the pieces in both English and French.

The booked-out launch concert in June had the audience on their feet in a standing ovation to the musicians’ outstanding performances. Sign up early for the November event to ensure you don’t miss out on this wonderful musical experience.

For more information and reservations visit www.csfmusic.com
(images by Magda Lates www.magdalates.com)




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