The concert at Mas de la Bousquette on 2 October extended the range of fundraising activities undertaken by CSFPG. The performers were:
JOSEPHINE LARTER – The animator and director of this show, she was an actor for many years in Britain.
ALEXIA CARR – Actress, writer, composer, singer, painter and sculptor,
ANTHONY MURPHY – A teacher and head of an RC school. Living in Gard, he sings and plays guitar both for his own pleasure and at engagements in the area.
CATHERINE SILIE – Accompanist, music teacher and solo pianist. Today she lives in Drôme, where she pursues her career as a soloist.
As the title suggests, the show plumbed the depth and explored the breadth of our relationships with place, time, death and one-another by means of poetry, prose, opera, musical and popular song. The works of TS Eliot, Roy Orbison, Kurt Weil, Cole Porter, Thomas Hardy, John Betjeman and others provided enormous variety and showcased the versatility of the performers.
Our enjoyment was further enhanced by the provision of delicious apéros and our satisfaction made all the warmer by the news that we had raised another 700 euros for the work of CSFPG.