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Le Salon de Musiques: MASTERS REDISCOVERED
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Welcome to the "Heart of the Art!"

Le Salon de Musiques, a compendium of Los Angeles' world renowned Chamber Music performers, gives his Eighth Season at the famed Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, beginning on October 15, 2017, until June 3, 2018. The hours are from 4:00 pm until 6:30 pm.

The nine performances take place on the 5th floor, in an intimate stage free environment, eliminating the boundaries between the artists and the audience. The concerts are followed by interactive discussions between the artists and the audience, sharing ideas, concepts and impressions about the music performed, while enjoying French Champagne and a gourmet high-tea buffet catered by Patina.

Created by French-American concert pianist Francois Chouchan, this original concept of making Chamber Music is even more accessible to music lovers, giving them the opportunity to be embraced by the music, and to become totally immersed in the experience. "LE SALON DE MUSIQUES - MASTERS REDISCOVERED" allows people to discover or re-discover wonderful works from the Romantic/Neo-Romantic and Impressionist Repertoire, written by amazing Composers almost forgotten today. There is a limited seating for this exclusive opportunity.

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LE SALON DE MUSIQUE: FRENCH HISTORY
Initiated and amplified by Marie Antoinette during the years 1780 the BELVEDERE or SALON DE MUSIQUE was erected on an artificial islet at the PETIT TRIANON DOMAIN within the vast gardens of the CHATEAU DE VERSAILLES.

The unique intimacy of this place exemplified the eclecticism and refinement of the Queen and revealed her embrace of an “Art de Vivre” founded on a freedom of thought inspired by the Enlightenment. Succeeding to Madame de Pompadour, Marie Antoinette had the ambition to develop Versailles as a unique place filled with contrasts between baroque and classical, sobriety and extravagance.

By imposing her personal taste at Versailles for the first time and especially through Le Salon de Musique, MARIE ANTOINETTE found a haven of intimacy that allowed her and her court to escape from "Etiquette".
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