On Friday, August 16th from 6:30 pm, Les Jardins de Sardy will resonate to the rhythms and chords of Irish and Celtic music.
In homage to the Irish origins of the gardens' creator, Betty Imbs, you can listen to the "Alba Spina" trio perform popular Irish and Celtic music, including some by O'Carolan, as well as more classical melodies by composers such as Purcell. The members of this group, a flutist, a harpist and a violinist, will share with you their passion for this music, which draws its inspiration from the travels in Europe and Italy in particular that composers made in the 18th century.
Thus, with the garden and the perspective of the pool as a backdrop, in the shade of Sardy's horns and bicentenary oaks, you will be transported into a poetic and musical atmosphere. Since Sardy's first garden dates from the same period, it would not be surprising if some pieces had already been played in the 18th century, here and perhaps even on the promontory where the performance will take place.
After the concert, a glass of friendship will allow you to meet the musicians of the "Alba Spina" trio, Quentin Vestur, Pierre Nenez and Thomas Thiébaud as well as the owners of the Sardy, Frédéric and Ninon Imbs gardens. You can taste the red wine (Château Sardy) and rosé (La Rose de Sardy) of the property.
Tickets are on sale on site 30 minutes before the show.