Frédéric François Chopin ; A Refugee in Paris

Running away from war, Frédéric François Chopin found refuge in Paris. Even though he had a reserved personality, the musical and artistic circles of Paris welcomed him with open arms. His music flourished and had a significant impact on our global culture for centuries to come. If he hadn't run away from Poland, would we even know his name or…Read more Frédéric François Chopin ; A Refugee in Paris

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“Chopin & Frenchies” on French/American Press

Our summer concert series is in full swing with french composers in the legendary Greenwich Village cafe Caffe Vivaldi. This weekend the woodwind trio REEDS AMIS will be our guest with Fernande Decruck's beautiful music. Check us out on French/American media;   Chopin, Debussy, Satie et d’autres ont rendez-vous à Caffe Vivaldi Caffe Vivaldi se…Read more “Chopin & Frenchies” on French/American Press

CHOPIN & Frenchies – Summer Concert Series

Greenwich Village’s iconic place Caffe Vivaldi (As seen in Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Whatever Works") is the home for classical music afternoons with pianist Emir Gamsizoglu and his organization “Classical for All”. Throughout July and August the series will feature the poet of the piano Frederic Chopin and French composers; Debussy, Saint-Saens, Erik…Read more CHOPIN & Frenchies – Summer Concert Series