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Franck Monnet in concert

Franck Monnet in concert

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When:

  • Tue 26 Nov ’13, 6:15pm – 8:30pm

Where:

St Cuthbert's College, 122 Market Rd, Greenlane

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Alliance Members and Students: $10.00
  • Full price: $15.00

The Alliance Française network and the French Embassy in New Zealand are happy to introduce you to Franck Monnet on Tour (Palmestorn North, Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington), for what is going to be one of the highlights of the French cultural season in Auckland!

Frank Monnet is a French song-writer who has been living in Wellington since 2009. He has collaborated with some major names of the French scene, such as Vanessa Paradis in 2007, writing four songs on her album Divine Idylle. He also worked with Tryo, Mathieu Chedid, alias M, and Sinclair.

His music is considered “poetic“, “melodic” or even “sublime” by the French press who even sees him as the “best kept secret of chanson française“. Inspired by the Beatles, he delivers a pop-rock music that will pull you into his fantasy world full of dreams and melodies. In 2005, he was nominated for the Prix Constantin (equivalent to the Mercury Prize in the UK) which, every year, acknowledges new talent.

He recently recorded his fifth album that will be released on January 2014.

The concert in Auckland will take place at St Cuthbert College (Epsom) on Tuesday 26th of November. Before the gig, the guests will be treated with the best of French Food and Wine (Beaujolais Nouveau), courtesy of our local partner “Maison Vauron”.

We will also use this occasion to present prizes to the winners of “Concours Oral 2013” and “Delf-Dalf” (Official French language diplomas) graduates.

Booking: culture@alliance-francaise.co.nz | (09)376 0009
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