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Gilles Ramade - Piano Furioso [Opus 2]

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Gilles Ramade - Piano Furioso [Opus 2]

Humour musical - English Show

Création TMPEn AnglaisTout public
Durée : 1h20, A partir de 5 ans - Placement numéroté
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Dates

Thursday april 5, 2018 at 9pm

Tarifs

Normal : 25 €

Coup de cœur * : 21 €
Verre de bienvenue offert

Réduit ** : 22.50 €
Enfants – 12 ans : 12.50 €

 

*A partir de 3 spectacles achetés

**- de 26 ans, étudiants, demandeurs d'emploi, pro du spectacle, + de 60ans

Présentation

Gilles Ramade made his reputation in France for his part in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s amazing musical Cats. Hard to pin down, he is a free, unclassifiable artist, both an actor and a musician.

He has decided this year to give you an exclusive english version of his well-known show Piano Furioso, a show that has already been seen by over 20 000 people in France and abroad.

Paying tribute to Victor Borge, whom he considers as one of the greatest musical humorist of his time, Gilles Ramade offers us this year an English version of the play, in which he will reread famous letters in which Elise is called Therese, play a concerto whose score is written on a blanket, and give us a hilarious impression of Ray Charles blindfolded.

Taking us up in the midst of his chaotic pianist life, he will tell you stories about his very first piano teacher and the compulsory lessons of musical theory, describe the extraordinary evenings at the piano bar, disclose the secrets of famous pianists and take you through the strange codes of classical music… Whether you are a classical music lover, a curious enthusiast or just eager for music and laughter, you are all welcome to meet the great Maestro !

A hilarious show, led by a virtuoso pianist and a crazy showman.

On en parle

« Outstanding perfomer is Gilles Ramade »  
The Herald Tribune

“On the podium of the most played authors of Avignon’s international theater festival, two great figures of the theatrical world stand neck and neck : Moliere slightly overhangs Shakespeare, but right behind them is a living man, and his name is Gilles Ramade »    
Le Monde

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