‘From Paris to You’ in Rancho Santa Fe

Robert DeMonte, Sam Mullinax, Trevor O’Brien

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FanFaire Foundation and the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club presented “From Paris to You” with pianist Zachary Deak and violist Virginie d’Avezac de Castera on April 28 at the Garden Club.

Frequent artistic collaborators, San Diego-born Deak and Bordeaux-born de Castera put together a diverse program of Baroque through 20th century music.

Photos: Jon Clark

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