Musique Royale presents STEVE NORMANDIN accordion & JOSIANNE LABERGE violin , on Friday, August 8, 7.30 PM, at Ottawa House Museum, Parrsboro.

Location

1155 Whitehall Road

Parrsboro

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley

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Dates

August 8th, 2014 to August 8th, 2014

Description

‘Paris: Chansons de la Belle Époque (1880-1914)’, a lively and gorgeous tour of songs from the Parisian golden age with Montreal accordion legend, Normandin. Ottawa House Museum, Parrsboro 1155 Whitehall Road, Parrsboro Tickets: $20 general | $10 student Available from Ottawa House Museum, 1155 Whitehall Road, Parrsboro, (902) 254-2376, and at the door. A festival of music in historic Nova Scotia, Musique Royale has been bringing music to the far corners of the province for decades and highlighting the architectural beauty and historic significance of each of its venues. Founded in 1985 by John Grew and a group of early music devotees, the organization has grown under current Artistic and Managing Director, Barbara Butler to include outstanding concerts throughout the year. Artistic & Managing Director Barbara Butler | (902) 624-0506 | barbara.butler@ns.sympatico.ca Tour Coordinator & Media Relations Jolanta Lorenc | (902) 237-8109 | jmlorenc@gmail.com Box Office & General Enquiries Ruth McConnell | (902) 634-9994 | stjartsalliance@eastlink.ca Musique Royale is happy to provide further information on their concerts and artists for use in media outlets, to coordinate interviews, and to offer special ticket give-aways for radio and television. www.musiqueroyale.com

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Admission: Tickets: $20 general | $10 student Available from Ottawa House Museum, 1155 Whitehall Road, Parrsboro, (902) 254-2376, and at the door.

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