In light of the recent ACT COVID-19 restrictions and health recommendations, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone our Bastille Day event. This is not a cancellation as we have rescheduled the event later in the year, on Saturday the 28th of August. We, like you, are disappointed that we won’t be able to celebrate on July 10 but we look forward to welcoming you all for an evening of music, culture, crêpes and mulled wine in the near future!
Bastille Day Frenchy Concert with singer Pauline Maudy (MZAZA)
Award-winning French-born singer and songwriter Pauline Maudy and is coming to Canberra for a special Bastille Day concert featuring Meg Burstow (piano) and Mircha Mangiacotti (Guitar).
Come and celebrate Bastille Day with us at Alliance Française be prepared for an evening of music, mulled wine and crêpes,
Join Pauline Maudy for a rare, intimate concert at the Alliance Francaise featuring some of her award-winning compositions and favourite French and jazz songs in French and English.
One of the rare voices on the international world scene, award-winning French-born singer and songwriter Pauline forged her career with her international-touring ensemble MZAZA while writing and performing in the rock, folk, and jazz worlds.
Celebrated for her versatility, engaging stage presence and multilingual singing, Pauline has released a number of critically-acclaimed albums and stage shows while working with renown artists across Australia and Europe.
With a voice that lends itself equally to the songs of Piaf and Ella Fitzgerald, she transports audiences from Parisian cobblestones to New York bars in a heartbeat.
Collaborating with some of the best instrumentalists in the country, Pauline presents a special show fuelled by standout musicianship and entrancing vocals.
"Brisbane based Pauline Maudy, an expatriate French singer, heartbreakingly channelled Edith Piaf... More, please." - Ken Lord, The Sunday Mail
“With a plethora of notches on her belt, Maudy paves the way for hungry minds eager to satiate their musical, cultural and intellectual
Non members: $60