His performance mixes stand-up and music
It’s been almost ten years since the concept “I don’t like classic, but this isn’t bad” became the most popular and unifying project of the classical music market. Adapting this success to the stage was thus an evolution that was both logical and bold. Logical, because it’s a safe bet that popular music on a record will also be popular on a stage. Bold, because it involved transforming a purely musical and graphical object into a real show. Thus, we discover Gaspard Proust, music lover. He became fully engaged in the project, designing himself a music selection ranging from Bach to the twentieth century, from Four Seasons to the Nutcracker, giving us a taste of the finest works of the repertory through the prism of his unique and irresistible humor. For the occasion, Gaspard Proust will be surrounded by a group of renowned classical musicians (piano, violins, cello, viola, flute and clarinet). Once again, the audience will attend a magnificent concert and, what’s more, a meeting of stand-up and classical music.
October 13th at 8.00pm – Salle des Princes