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Emily Sun plays 'La Vie en Rose'

Where
Eternity Playhouse
Eternity Playhouse
39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
When

Wednesday 24 July from 6pm to 7pm

Cost

Starting from: $35

An intimate French recital by violinist Emily Sun and pianist Joseph Havlat.

At the heart of the concert is one of the great gems of the French repertoire: César Franck’s deeply romantic Violin Sonata, full of rapturous melodies and audaciously delicious harmonies.

Floating like silken threads around these masterworks are exquisite, dream-like miniatures: the moonlit beauty of Debussy’s Clair de lune, Fauré’s ravishing Après un rêve, and the yearning Nocturne by Lili Boulanger, one of the great poetic voices of French music. And to finish, the quintessential Parisian chanson La Vie en rose, made famous by the inimitable Édith Piaf.

Since first grabbing the world’s attention in the award-winning documentary Mrs Carey’s Concert, London-based Australian violinist Emily Sun has won the hearts of audiences around the world, making this intimate recital not to miss!

Programme:

  • C. Debussy: Clair de Lune 

  • F. Mendelssohn: Violin Sonata 

  • N. Boulanger: Nocturne

  • C. Franck Sonata

  • Edith Piaf: La vie en rose

‘...a ravishing and truly memorable performance of graceful poise...’ – Limelight

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