Singin' in Paris pays tribute to the classic songs about Paris and the famous French chansons

If you love Paris and are visiting in August you must go see, hear and experience Singin’ in Paris a new month-long musical event featuring recitals of the most beautiful and touching songs about Paris and the world’s most famous and favorite French songs of yesteryear and the present. This melodious event aptly takes place in the heart of Paris’ oldest district—Le Marais—at the 150-seat Atrium Musical Magne of the Hôtel Guillaume de Brossier, a magnificent 17th-century mansion near the Place des Vosges and the Picasso Museum.

August 1 to 31, two distinctive piano and song recitals will be performed each night by talented young artists who will pay tribute both to the songs of Paris and to France’s most beloved singers—Charles Aznavour, Josephine Baker, Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Charles Trenet, Arletty, Gilbert Bécaud, Yves Montand, Maurice Chevalier and Patricia Kaas—whose evocative songs about Paris, France and life have moved audiences worldwide.
 
The evening’s first hour-long show, The Most Beautiful Songs about Paris, starts at 7:30 p.m. Featured songs include:  I love Paris * Il n’y a plus d’après * Il est cinq heures, Paris s’éveille * Ménilmontant * Paris au mois d’août * J’ai deux amours * Pigalle * Sous le ciel de Paris * Le poinçonneur des Lilas * April in Paris * Sur les quais du vieux Paris * The Last Time I Saw Paris *
 
At 9:30 p.m. enjoy The World’s favorite French hits featuring:
 
For me, formidable * La Bohème * Et maintenant * Valentine * Ne me quitte pas * Quand on a que l’amour * La belle vie * Comme d’habitude * Tous les garçons et les filles * Les moulins de mon cœur * Mon homme * Les feuilles mortes * C’est si bon * Plaisir d’amour * L’Hymne à l’amour * La vie en rose * La mer * Que reste-t-il de nos amours ?…
 
The Atrium Musical Magne, a 150-seat air conditioned theatre with a large glass sunroof located in the Hôtel Guillaume de Brossier is also known as the Magne House, home to the oldest existing French piano company—established in 1854—and celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.  Ticket holders are also welcome to visit the piano workshop and exhibition – Atrium Musical Magne, Hôtel Guillaume de Brossier, 12, rue Charlot, 75003 Paris, Metro station: Rambuteau or Filles du Calvaire.

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