NOOSA alive Pauline Maudy Paris je t'aim

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March 11 | Noosa Springs Resort 

'Paris je t'aime'

a night of fine food, wine and music.

Thursday 11 March


Time & Location

Noosa Springs Resort 

Links Drive Dr, Noosa Heads QLD 4567, Australia


$165 + booking fee 


'Paris je t'aime' is the theme for an enchanting evening that begins with a French inspired 3 course meal and drinks. After dinner sit back and continue to enjoy your drinks as Pauline Maudy and her friends take you away with their music and songs of Paris and other places.

We may not be able to travel just yet but ... this night with friends will take your imagination to those places that re-capture the joy and memories of travel.

You should know:

  • This is a Covid Safe event with limited tickets available for this one off event at $165 + booking fee.

  • Seating is at tables of 8.

  • Table sharing and special dietary requested with your ticket purchase.

  • All care has been taken to engage local artists to avoid unforeseen cancellations.

  • NOOSA alive! allows for a change at any time at our discretion in the event of a lock down that prevents the artist to attend.

  • Non-refundable once purchased.

About Pauline 

After a string of successful Queensland and international tours, Pauline returns with a special concert for NOOSA Alive! With a voice that lends itself equally to the songs of Piaf and Ella Fitzgerald, Pauline will perform renditions of her favourite songs and recent compositions accompanied by talented friends. Together they will transport you from Parisian cobblestones to New York jazz bars in a heartbeat.

One of the truly rare voices on the international world scene, Pauline is known for her versatility, engaging stage presence and multilingual singing and is committed to social progress through her work with diverse communities.

"Brisbane based Pauline Maudy, an expatriate French singer, heartbreakingly channelled Edith Piaf... More, please." Ken Lord, The Sunday Mail

“Pauline Maudy was a standout…certainly captivating and definitely seductive.” Australian Arts Review