Exquisite French music, wine, and cheese!
Seated around our large cabaret tables, embark on a musical journey of masterful orchestration, graceful melodic contours, and incisive rhythms. Originally composed for piano, Ravel demonstrates his craftmanship in
Le Tombeau de Couperin, a work written amidst the adversities of World War 1. With its virtuosic lines, vivacious passages, and colourful sonorities, it’s not hard to hear why this work is a staple on the concert platform.
But first, Poulenc’s light-hearted Sinfonietta commences this concert of French music. A work of dance rhythms, it perfectly complements Farrenc’s lyrical and thrilling Symphony No.2.