Let’s sing Christmas in Rome

MOnce upon a time was my Irish friend’s wedding in Rome… We are in April 2019. I am alone walking towards Piazza Navona, when a facade suddenly catches my attention. I step back, I get in, I avoid the crowd, I see the organ. Immediately a concert project is born. I am in…. San Luigi dei…. Francesi! 🙂

Two and a half years later, I am therefore delighted to invite you to a Christmas Singalong at

San Luigi dei Francesi
Saturday 27 November 2021
at 5:00 pm
Free participation to expenses

As a good expat, I import the anglo-saxon tradition of singalongs in Italy but also the French tradition of free concerts with a free participation to expenses. As you know, I am attached to giving free access to music 🙂

Special thanks to Enzo Iorio for the beautiful photographies and to the Paris boutique of Flamant for its gorgeous Christmas trees.

Murat murmured…

An old saying goes that Un jour un mur mura Murat and Murat murmura… (murmured). So indeed on the night of October 30th, eve of Halloween… the organs and myself murmured some notes of fear and joy 😉 Nicolas and I were indeed delighted to have you embark on a journey “From fear to joy” in Murat’s Notre-Dame des Oliviers (in Cantal).

The word about the concert spread at the speed of light on social media (thanks a lot to Nathalie, Cathy, Marie-Noëlle, Lyne, i tutti amici who relay the info) yet I was away from my laptop, hence this late article.

Thank you all for this very warm welcome. Truth be told, I ended up being too warm in my St. Petersburg-like dress!

If you haven’t yet read it, please find here our portrait with Nicolas in the Oct. 29th edition of the Réveil cantalien (thank you Stéphane Briant for the 2-hour interview).