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PIANOCEAN – Scottish tour 2020

PIANOCEAN - Scottish tour 2020

PIANOCEAN is a world sailing tour with a piano, performed by French piano player, singer and sailor, Marieke Huysmans-Berthou.

Since 2015, Huysmans-Berthou, who installed an upright piano on the deck of her 40ft sailboat, has been giving piano concerts in all the harbours she has visited on her journey.

Pianocean has performed in some big venues and festivals such as Lorient Interceltic Festival (FR) and Galway International Arts Festival (IRL), but also on many islands and small communities that the pianist particularly loves.

Pianocean will tour the west coast of Scotland in 2020: Inner Hebrides, Outer Hebrides and the Caledonian Canal.
If you want to arrange a performance of Pianocean in your village, island or harbour, please contact us at pianocean@hotmail.fr.

Watch a short video of Pianocean here and a short documentary that appeared on Irish National TV last summer here.


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Start:
15th June 2020 @ 8:00 am
End:
31st August 2020 @ 5:00 pm
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Website:
www.pianocean.org

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