“Ballade pour elle” by Richard Clayderman, a show dedicated to Woman’s Day
An event organized by Phoenix Entertainment.
by Monica Apostol
Richard Clayderman returns to Bucharest on March 9 to present “Ballade pour elle”, event held on Sala Palatului. The special guest of the show will be Romanian pan flute musician Gheorghe Zamfir, according to Phoenix Entertainment. The organizers also informed that Richard Clayderman prepared the show as a world first for the Romanian audience, designed in an emotional, romantic atmosphere.
“Ballade pour elle” is a grand production dubbed by impressive settings and light effects, which transpose the audience in a universe of suavity.
The tickets are available for RON 99,140,200,250 and 350 in Eventim network- Vodafone, Germanos, Orange and Domo stores, Carturesti and Humanitas bookshops and online at www.eventim.ro.
Richard Clayderman, born Philippe Pagès, 28 December 1953 in Paris, is a French pianist who has released numerous albums including the compositions of Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint, instrumental renditions of popular music, rearrangements of movie soundtracks, ethnic music, and easy-listening arrangements of popular works of classical music. Clayderman learned piano from his father, a piano teacher.
At the age of twelve, he was accepted into the Conservatoire de Paris, where he won great acclaim in his later adolescent years. Financial difficulties, precipitated by his father’s illness, forestalled a promising career as a classical pianist. So in order to earn a living, he found work as a bank clerk and as an accompanist to contemporary bands. He accompanied French singers such as Johnny Hallyday, Thierry Le Luron, and Michel Sardou.