Fabrice Eulry, an unclassifiable pianist, will perform twice in December at the Château de Cazouls-d’Hérault, at the Commanderie chapel. The first time will be Sunday, December 4 at 5:30 p.m., for a tribute to Jerry Lee Lewis.
On the program rock’n’roll on the piano. Fabrice Eulry is a virtuoso pianist, described by Le Figaro as “the Chopin of the boogie”. He’s a real keyboard acrobat who knows how to surprise, carrying the public into the dimension of the highest emotional and sound decibels without any artificial sound system… The musician has been filling halls for 35 years, including the Olympia in record time. Another concert will follow on Friday, December 9 at 8:30 p.m., still at the Commanderie chapel for the Christmas recital. Fabrice Eulry will offer a remarkable crossing of traditional Christmas tunes ranging from Bach to java and the swing of the beautiful eras.
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