The European Bluegrass Blog has an interesting piece up about an historic concert at the renowned Th?©?¢tre du Ch?¢telet in Paris.
This past October, noted French violinist Gilles Apap was featured in concert with the Pas-de-Loup Philharmonic Orchestra. Though recognized primarily as a classical violinist, Apap has a fondness for a variety of folk music styles, including bluegrass.
The abovementioned concert in Paris began with a classical repertoire, only to conclude with a number of bluegrass tunes performed with the members of Blue Railroad Train. The grand finale was an arrangement of Bill Monroe’s Old Dangerfield with the full orchestra.
You can find more details (and a larger image) on The European Bluegrass Blog, which is an official publication of the EBMA (European Bluegrass Music Association).