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Roy Sonne

Classical Cabaret in Pittsburgh

October 1, 2007 at 3:28 AM

Dear friends and colleagues,

I'd like to invite you to a new kind of concert experience. It's called "CLASSICAL CABARET". It will take place at one of the most elegant night spots in town: Cefalo's Restaurant and Nightclub. Seated at your table you will be able to eat, drink, socialize and enjoy a concert of Beethoven, Piazzolla and more.

When:
Thursday, October 11

7:00—7:45
Arrive. Find a table. Meet and Greet. Order food and drink

7:45—8:30
--Passacaglia for violin and cello.....Handel-Halvorsen
--Café 1900 from Histoire du Tango.....Piazzolla
--Serenade for String Trio.....Dohnanyi

8:30—9:15
Relax. Socialize. Have a drink or a snack.

9:15—10:00
--Trio in G Major, Op. 9 #1 .....Beethoven
--Bordel 1930 from Histoire du Tango.....Piazzolla
--Spanish Dance .....De Falla-Kreisler

10:00—??
Enjoy

Who:
Roy Sonne ................................ violin
Stephanie Tretick .......................viola
Adam Liu....................................cello
John Marcinizyn ......................guitar

Where:
Cefalo's Restaurant and Nightclub
428 Washington Ave. -- Carnegie, PA 15106
http://clubcefalo.com
Check out the photo below

Additional details:

For your enjoyment, we respectfully request that there be no talking while the musicians are performing.
Cover charge — $10

Hoping to see you there on Thursday, Oct. 11



From Jim W. Miller
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 11:17 AM
That's an interesting interior. It's like a church with a liquor license. With a black light carpet, which makes me think of something else too. Anyway, good luck and I hope they stay reasonably quiet. And if the cocktail waitress wear nun's habits with bunny ears, slip a dollar in her garter for me.
From kimberlee dray
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 12:39 PM
Your concert looks like such a blast. I wish I lived closer. That's my idea of a great evening. I hope others agree and that you pack the house.
From Laurie Niles
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 5:03 PM
Hi Roy,

Would you like to list this in our Calendar section? :)

It will then automatically go up on your profile page, expiring the day after the concert, and it will have the Google map, etc., etc. that every listing gets.

Would love to see more people using the Calendar!

From Laurie Niles
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 5:05 PM
That said, it's totally fine with me for you to make your announcement in your blog.
From Donna Clegg
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 5:16 PM
Sounds great. We went to hear "Bach in the Bar" once and you could hear a pin drop when the solo cellist was playing. Even the bar tender did not rattle the ice when making drinks. It was way cool.
From Pauline Lerner
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 8:01 PM
I like the "No talking while the musicians are performing" part.

Jim, I like your comment about a church with a liquor license.

From Roy Sonne
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 8:39 PM
Thanks, folks, for the appreciative comments.
Jim, it is indeed a converted church. Great space!!
Laurie, thanks, I'll post it in the calendar. I did, however, want to post the photo and the additional info shich is why I put it here originally. Thanks for the permission and the encouragement.
Donna, I assume that Bach in a Bar was with Matt Haimowitz. He's making quite a career of this.
Thanks all.
From Roy Sonne
Posted on October 1, 2007 at 8:47 PM
Donna,
Thanks for your nice comment about classical Cabaret. Assuming that Bach in a Bar was with Matt Haimowitz.
A few questions: was the event billed in advance as "no talking while the music is playing?" Also did he us amplification? Were there any other musicians playing? What did he wear? Actually, just about anything you could tell me would be very helpful

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