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Jane to perform Gainsbourg concert in Monte-Carlo

Jane to perform Gainsbourg concert in Monte-Carlo

By Staff Writer - January 26, 2017

Photo: Bert Stern/kristine
Photo: Bert Stern/kristine

Jane Birkin will bring her tribute to Serge Gainsbourg to Monaco early this summer, SBM has announced. British-born Birkin and enfant terrible singer-songwriter Gainsbourg became France’s most glamorous and notorious couple of the 1970s. The couple performed together the unforgettable, and some said obscene “Je’taime… moi non plus” in 1969.

“Gainsbourg symphonique” will be performed on May 11 in the Salle Garnier, a unique concert accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra and undoubtedly one of the highlights of the summer season in the Principality. Tickets go on sale on February 7.

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