The Connexion has five pairs of tickets to concerts at the Itinéraire Baroque festival in the Dordogne later this month.
The festival of baroque music has been a popular attraction in the Périgord Vert since it was founded in 2002 - and, in its 17th year, it has offered the free tickets for two of its concerts on Friday, July 27 to Connexion readers who have subscribed to our twice-weekly newsletter.
Tickets, worth €30 for the pair, will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
The celebrations on July 27 begin at 12noon, at the historic Église Abbatiale de Cercles, a few kilometres from Ribérac and which dates back to the 12th century, with a performance of some of Vivaldi's best-loved pieces. We have two pairs of tickets for this event.
And we have a further three pairs of tickets to a second event at the same venue at 4.30pm, celebrating music and dances in period costumes from the Iberian Peninsula, featuring performances from the playbook of 18th-century baroque dance master Pierre Rameau and choreographer Raoul-Auger Feuillet.
The tickets are available to subscribers to our newsletter who email email@example.com to express their interest by no later than midnight on July 20.
We will contact the lucky subscribers who have won the free tickets directly - and the tickets will be left for them to pick up on the door of the venue on the day of the concert.
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