September 15th lunch/dinner
The music, song, and dances of France!
The music, songs, and dances of France reflect a diverse array of styles over the centuries.The French cabarets existed in France from the time of the 16th century. There was always wine and entertainment in these establishments. This is where artists and musicians met to collaborate and perform. The Baroque period was dominated by royalty at the court of Louis the IVth at the place of Versailles. The Minuet, Bouree,
Sarabande, and Gigue, were some of the dance music and choreography written and performed court and in the Ballets of French Opera. In the Romantic Period, a return to nature was reflected in the music composed by Debussy, Ravel, Faure, Bizet, and in the 20th century Cabaret music was in full swing at establishments like Moulin
Rouge was the most popular cabaret performers like Edith Piaf performed. French Mime also became very popular in the 20th century by Marcel Marceau, he called his art form the “art of silence”
In Celebration of France, Vinoscenti Vineyards presents French music, song, and dance. Music form the Romantic period to the 20th century will be featured on Harp, Flute, and Voice. Songs of Debussy, Ravel, Bizet, the cabaret songs of Edith Piaf, and popular French songs from the 60’s will be performed. A special Mime artist will be also be
featured, and to top it off we will visit Louis the IVth’s court of Versailles and see the Sun King and other royal members perform the dances of the Baroque period.
We have lunch seating from 11:00am to 2:30pm. As well as dinner seating that will include a performance from 4:30pm to 8:30pm.
Vinoscenti Vineyards reserves to change the entertainment schedule and performances as circumstances dictate.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
We have plenty of free parking outside of the vineyards.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can send us a message through FB or email email@example.com
Is there a refund?
We cannot do a refund, however, you can pass your ticket to someone else or come to another wine & cultural event.