Friday, July 09, 2010

"Sultry Songs For A Summer Evening: A Good Song Tells A Story!"Patricia's Paris Expats Soirees Dinner Sun 11 July. 19h00

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For Expats of all origins, French and Visitors. (All Ages)


"Sultry Songs For A Summer Evening: A Good Song Tells A Story!"

Sunday 11 July at 19h00. In the Latin Quarter. m° St Michel (Details with reservation)

Our Special Guest will be:



In the states, Connie spent 20 years performing in musical theatre,
day-time and prime-time television, commercials and cabaret/night club
venues. Her first love is singing, and she possesses a powerful four
octave range. A versatile performer, Connie sings gospel, jazz standards

and r&b soul favorites. She especially loves the intimacy of the cabaret
club performance setting. It was in the cabaret rooms of Manhattan where
she honed her nightclub performance skills and settled on a repertoire of
songs that has remained close to her heart.
Connie feels this way about her material:

“A good song tells a story. The story must resonate in the heart and soul.

As an actress I am attracted to the drama in a song. The arrangement and
melody may draw my attention to a particular work, but it is the lyrics,
the story, that compel me to sing it. ”

Currently, Connie and her husband, Jim, reside in the
Finger Lakes region of New York State where she performs frequently.

Hope to see you then! Patricia

It's €20.00 at the door. Reservations with your telephone number (Thanks!) on parissoirees@gmail or telephone 33 6 43 79 35 18. (Sundays telephone only. If you emailed me but didn't hear back, please call.) Thanks for exact change and if you have ANY card or brochure, please bring one.

Fusion cuisine (lots of vegetables).

MARK YOUR CALENDAR for Sunday 18 July. More Bossa Nova And Brasilian Music. Singer. Guitarist Yves Le Goff Reserve as usual on (With your telephone number. Thanks ) or 33 (0) 6 43 79 35 18. .


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