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Ça Ira: Bastille Day - presented by Katherine Curnow

Saturday 14 July 7.00pm

Formally known as La Fete Nationale or Le Quatorze Juillet, Bastille Day commemorates the Storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789; a monumental event in Paris at the beginning of the French revolution. Let Katherine Curnow take you on a musical journey that will tantalise your senses by covering French classics by Yves Mortand, Josephine Baker and, of course, Edith Piaf mixed in with a couple of modern favourites.

Local vocalist Katherine Curnow has been singing and performing for the last 20 years and has remained a formidable force on both the London, UK, and local music scene since 2009 as both lead and backing vocalist. An Ellington favourite and staple, she has also performed at esteemed venues in London, UK, such as Bush Hall and The Troubadour and continues to gig regularly at various prestigious events and venues around Perth.

Ça Ira: Bastille Day encompasses Katherine’s love for the French culture, language, music and it’s most loved artists and is the perfect way to celebrate Bastille Day!


Chris Travaglini – Piano

Joe Southwell – Double Bass

Ben Falle – Drums

Luke Minness – Saxophone

Katherine Curnow – Vocals


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