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Chopin and Gargiulo, A Tale of Two Expats

Salut, tout le monde. Ca va? Well, I want to announce an interesting piano concert, that'll take place in the Botanic Gardens this Saturday. It is free, take some food and drinks with you, take mats to sit on. It is free concert. It starts at 18:30, let's meet near Chopin and Sand monument at about 18 and find some nice place to sit.
Botanic Gardens Concert

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  • Pavel S.

    Increadible concert, even slight rain didn't spoil the event (even made some special touch - especially when performer played famous raindrop prelude, and bolt with thunder during monstrous 12th etude), also we had a very nice talk with those who find me. Let's go to Music For Friends!

    November 14, 2010

  • Y-K

    Julian Gargiulo is really an engaging performer.
    Loved how he introduced every piece with humor before he played.
    Good interspersing with pieces by Italian composers - including his own!
    it's no surprise he got 3 'encores' from an umbrella-holding audience. BRAVO!

    November 14, 2010

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