Pablo Picasso Exhibition and French Music in Sydney


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A landmark exhibition of the works of Pablo Picasso will be conducted at the Art Gallery of New South Wales from the 12th November until the 24th March 2012. The works at the Exhibition are provided by the Musée National Picasso in Paris.

Viva the Trio is engaged to provide a French and Spanish theme with their music during the exhibition on the 8th, 15th and 22nd February.

Viva the Trio is comprised Peter Rappolt (guitar and Flute) Marie Rappolt (accordion) (Viva the Duo) with the addition of French vocalist, Corinne Andrew.

The Duo have had extensive international experiences with performances in Thailand, Vietnam, The Philippines, Guam and Japan plus promotional tours throughout France, Spain, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland and England.

Corinne Andrew started her professional career as the principal singer and dancer in music cabaret spectaculars throughout most of Europe's major venues including: Folies Bergeres, Palais Des Congres, Monaco and Paradise Latin. Corinne was also engaged as the starring act in French cabaret performances throughout the Far East and South East Asia including Japan where she completed a three year engagement at Cordon Bleu in Tokyo and the New Fujiya Hotel, Atami.

Corinne was invited to Australia as the principal singer and dancer in a show called “A Journey to Paradise" at the Gold Coast Casino for a period of 18 months

Viva Trio performances provide the listener the benefit of listening to music that has been developed by Corrine and the duo's International experiences. Their music performances are designed to blend beautifully with the exhibition of the Pablo Picasso works

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