Jazz with a taste of Euro and French Styles in Sydney Australia

Viva the duo with Corinne Andrew, bring Jazz with a Euro/French flavor to the heart of Sydney, Viva the duo comprises Peter Rappolt (guitar and flute) and Marie Rappolt (accordion and bass) with Corinne Andrew (French vocalist) completing the trio. The talent of the duo and trio has seen them successfully perform at over 150 Sydney venues in the 12 months prior. The Art Gallery of NSW recently commissioned the trio to set the theme with their special Jazz repertoire for exhibitions including works by Picasso and Eugene Atget's old Paris photos. They have also performed at Jazz festivals at Dubbo and Manly plus performances for Newcastle Jazz club events.

Individually, Viva the Duo has extensive international experience, having performed across South East Asia including Thailand, Vietnam, The Philippines, Guam and Japan. Promotional tours across Europe included visits to France, Monaco, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and England.

French vocalist Corinne Andrew's career has seen her perform as principal singer and dancer at many of Europe's major music and cabaret venues including Follies Bergeres, Palais Des Congres, Paradise Latin and in various venues throughout Monaco and Italy. Engagements in French cabaret performances in South East Asia include the prestigious Cordon Bleu, Tokyo and the New Fujiya Hotel, Atami.

Corinne arrived in Australia as principal artiste for "A Journey to Paradise", hosted within Jupiters Hotel and Casino at the Gold Coast in Queensland.

Viva the trio will be performing their special music at the Flame lounge at Dee Why RSL On Valentine's Day

Dee Who RSL has been awarded as 'Club of the Year' for the third year in a row by Clubs NSW. The Awards are for the club providing their patrons outstanding facilities, including family entertainment; they promote popular acts, tribute bands and Jazz bands.

A popular feature of Dee Why is an intimate Jazz venue called the Flame lounge, providing popular Jazz acts on a weekly basis.

Performances by Viva the Trio with Corinne Andrew should be well received by the audiences at the Flame Lounge, providing their delicate, authentic worldly flavours, with music that had developed from years of international experience.

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