Pouce La Vie: Flavien Foundation to host a Tarantino-themed charity event in April

The team behind the Flavien Foundation, a paediatric cancer research charity based in Monaco, has pulled out the stops for its grand 2024 Pouce La Vie event in April. Here are all the details. 

On 23rd April at the Auditorium Rainier III, the Flavien Foundation will be holding one of its biggest – and most popular – events of the year. 

This year’s Pouce La Vie, now approaching its sixth edition, is embracing all things Quentin Tarantino with a programme featuring musical scores from his biggest films that were written by greats such as Ennio Morricone, Grammy winner Dave Grusin and Argentinian composer Luis Bacalov.  

Tribute band Call Me Winston will be performed these hits live on the night and the 11-member ensemble will be joined on stage by the foundation’s historic sponsor, the renowned pianist, producer and musical director, Yvan Cassar, who has also invited trumpet player Joël Chausse, cellist Julie Sevilla-Fraysse and harmonica player Greg Zlap to be part of the evening’s festivities. 

Hosting the musical evening will be Monegasque journalist and film producer Yann-Antony Noghès. 

The Flavien Foundation – or Fondation Flavien in French – was founded in 2014 by Denis Maccario in memory of his young son, who tragically lost his fight to cancer. 

Pouce La Vie will start at 8pm. Tickets can be found online here.


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