Live at Brookshire Farm with Alexandru Catau

written by

Anne Blanchet

posted on

August 1, 2018


Join Brookshire Farm and the Vermilion Arts Council on Friday, August 17th for Alexandru Catau's American debut on pipe organ.  This is the first music event of a series, Live at Brookshire Farm, to raise funds to bring the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra to Vermilion Parish for a free-to-the-public concert next spring.

Alexandru Catau, born in 1991, began his music studies in Romania at the age of 10 years.  In 2014, he moved to France to continue his studies and is currently a graduate student of Jean Baptiste Robin at the Conservatoire de Versailles.

Brookshire Farm
is delighted to share our Noack Organ Company's Opus 155, which was installed in March 2012.  Many of you have heard demonstrations on your Farm visits and asked for an opportunity to hear it really sing! This intimate venue seats only 60 guests.  You can buy tickets through the Vermilion Arts Council.


Doors open at 6:00 pm for a glass of wine and light hor doeuvres.  Music starts 6:30 pm, Friday, August 17th.

Other "Live" events to look forward to are Seán Duggan (piano) on September 25th and a Madrigal Dinner to enhance your Holidays, December 1st.


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