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Mosaique on April 3rd, 2016

Mosaique on April 3rd, 2016

Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend us your ears!

It is with the greatest pleasure that Mosaїque announces a very special Bard’s Brunch on Sunday, April 3rd at 11:30 a.m, a coproduction with the Vienna Theatre Project! To mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s release from the “mortal coil”, Mosaїque has organized a fabulously jolly matinée of music, puppetry, theatre and song – with the distinct possibility of a bit of fencing and fire!

To top it off, vegetarian chef-duo Food of Love will be providing a lovely spread to feed our bellies as well as our souls. Music, madness and more honoring the greatest English poet will be on the docket, and the slightly higher ticket price means your lovely brunch is included in the cost. Plus, what a line-up! Joining Chanda VanderHart will be beauties like pianist Sabina Hasanova, singers including Volksoper darling, soprano Rebecca Nelsen, Dresden-based tenor Eric Stoklossa, Linz-born mezzosoprano Verena Gunz and New York coloratura Alexis Cregger as well as Viennese musical and theatre stars including Suzanne Carey, Alex Burgon, Linsey Thurgar, Sara Zangeneh, Brigitte Pekarek, the Open House Theatre and puppeteering genius Richard Panzenböckwith his fabulous colleagues from Vienna’s Schubert Theatre. Really, what more could you ask for? We might even have a few surprises up our sleeves…

One thing is certain, we have been selling out lately, so reserve your seats immediately here: http://www.mosaique.eu.com/upcoming/

Doors open at 11, concert begins at 11:30 a.m. with brunch served buffet-style during intermission.

-“Do you think because you are virtuous, that there shall be no more cakes and ale?” (Twelfth Night)

Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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