'Paris! The Show', Erkel Theatre Budapest, 5 December

  • 10 May 2024 9:30 AM
'Paris! The Show', Erkel Theatre Budapest, 5 December
'Paris! The Show' invites audiences into a captivating narrative set against the backdrop of the enchanting city of Paris. Follow Emily, a young American with aspirations of fame and artistry, as she embarks on a journey through the winding streets of Montmartre.

There, she encounters the legendary Edith Piaf, forging a bond that transcends time and circumstance. As Emily navigates the vibrant streets of Pigalle, she finds herself drawn to Charles, a charismatic singer whose melodies echo the heartbeat of the city.

This spectacular production, direct from France, pays homage to the greatest French songs of the post-war era, capturing the essence and allure of Paris in a mesmerizing display of music and storytelling.

Led by an exceptional cast and accompanied by a sensational live band, the show transports audiences from the cobblestone streets of Montmartre to the grand stages of Parisian cabarets, immersing them in the rich tapestry of French musical heritage.

With over 600 performances in more than 50 countries and a million tickets sold, „Piaf! The Show” stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of French music.

Now, producer and director Gil Marsalla presents a brand-new masterpiece, inspired by the unparalleled success of the Netflix series and infused with the timeless allure of Parisian style and sophistication. 

Piaf Symphonic

Nathalie Lermitte performs the most famous songs of Edith Piaf, accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra, in an original arrangement by Nobuyuki Nakajima. The performance will be presented at the BOK Hall in Budapest as part of a European tour celebrating the life of French music icon Edith Piaf.

The Piaf Symphonic performs with the world’s leading symphony orchestras in the world’s greatest classical music halls, dedicated to the preservation of French musical heritage worldwide. Audiences will experience Nathalie Lermitt, the world’s greatest Edith Piaf impersonator.

The arrangements for symphony orchestra are written by one of the most talented musicians of his generation, Nobuyuki Nakajima, whose work includes the sumptuous Birkin Gainsbourg: The Symphonic.



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