Gard: a concert this Saturday in Caissargues for the benefit of the Brain Institute

This Saturday, November 19 in Caissargues, on the outskirts of Nîmes, will take place a musical charity evening organized by the Music Passion Parkinson association and which will bring together soloists and groups whose repertoires are based on several musical styles ranging from country or rumba to flamenco. .

After the two years of interruption caused by the pandemic, the association Music Passion Parkinson chaired by Alain Marin can both find its way to the Salle Saint-Exupéry, in Caissargues, and the atmosphere of warmth, music and party that each concert generates.

Several artists gathered and benefits for the Brain Institute

This Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., several artists will once again demonstrate their talent and generosity. With the aim of collecting profits to be donated to the Paris Brain Institute for research on neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s, three musical ambassadors will succeed on the stage.

On stage, Franky Texier, New Blue Quitache and Los Chiquitans

On the program, under the sponsorship of Franky Texier, author, composer and recognized interpreter of rumba in particular and other musical colours, will join the four friends of the group New Blue Quitache, specialist in bluegrass, and the formation Los Chiquitans, led by the Sevillian Antoine Rodriguez Soria, and at the head of a repertoire with flamenco and Iberian sounds. Festive atmosphere guaranteed.

Saturday, November 19 at the Saint-Exupery room in Caissargues. Price: €12, free for children under 12. Contact: marin.alain.assoce@gmail.com

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