An evening of music arising from the culture of the Parisian salon.
Join us for an evening of French salon music performed on the historic Pleyel piano (1904) at Asbury United Methodist Church. We offer music ranging from Chopin, Fauré and Franck to lesser known composers such as Bachelet and Chabrier. Topping it off will be a performance of St. Saëns’ beloved “Swan,” heard here in its original format with double-piano accompaniment.
Ticket holders will be given a voucher at the end of the concert that will allow for half-price admission to the next evening’s concert (Saturday, May 30).
Blessed with a sumptuous voice of magnificent proportions, soprano Rachel Rosales is capable of delivering the fiery intensity of Verdi’s most demanding works or spinning out the delicate filigree of …