An Exploration of the Music of France, from Lully to Debussy, with George Lepauw
George Lepauw, Franco-American pianist and founder of the International Beethoven Project, will give a lecture-recital exploring the development of French music from the great Lully in the 17th Century to Debussy at the turn of the 20th. This presentation and performance will attempt to shed light on the uniqueness of the French style in music. Visit georgelepauw.com to learn more about George.
Free and open to the public, but RSVP required for entry.
This event is part of the official celebration of the 20th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Chicago and Paris, taking place from October 7–16, 2016 throughout Chicago. To learn more about other associated events, visit chicagosistercities.com/ParisAnniversary.