Accordion and dance lovers can rejoice. In fact, these talented accordion players will be taking the stage on Friday, February 24th from 9pm (doors open at 8:30pm) in Luc’s entertainment district. Last Tuesday, Alain Bousquet, president of the “Accordéon en Rouergue” association, held a press conference to present this accordion dance recital.
In the program, an exceptional group of talented accordionists who must allow all participants to share unforgettable moments of happiness without restrictions. A party that will start at 9 pm and will see the magnificent flower of accordion players on stage with a diverse group: Marc Picard, Sabine Bell, Nicole Berges, Jean-Pierre, Pierre Maury, Véronique Baumeis, Patrick Roque and Patrick Boussac in Cabrett. Didier Malevezin, an Avirone from Saint-Santin who needs no introduction, will be accompanied by his orchestra and Sandrine on vocals. In the programme, a skillfully balanced mix of traditional, folk or ballroom dances such as waltzes, tangos, burées, pasoes, polkas, cha-cha … something for everyone’s liking. Spectator or dancer, everyone can participate as they wish with the dance floor and chair available. An evening not to be missed for bound piano lovers.
Admission: 15 euros.
Fawaz offer when presenting the ticket. Reservations are recommended for numbered seats and tables with Alain Bousquet, La Tronque, 3, route de Cassagnes, 12120 Centrès or 06 73 89 72 23.
Entrance tickets will be sent upon receipt of payment by check in the name of Accordéon en Rouergue to which you will enclose a sealed envelope. Composition of the Bureau of the “Accordéon en Rouergue” Association: President Alain Bousquet; secretary, Marise Facquier; treasurer Christian Castan; Two members, Nicole Joubert and Sylvie Romigere.
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