Audiences will be swept across the streets of Montmartre and along the river Seine as they experience the essence of 18th century France at the Rose Room.
The chamber music program will showcase the works of Devienne, Rameau, Jadin, Mozart and Haydn.
Mozart's Flute Quartet in A major will open the musical French feast.
Although not written in France, the last movement of this charismatic work contains a French style Rondo which will highlight Mozart's comical reputation.
Lesser-known French composer, Hyacinthe Jadin, dedicated his first set of three string quartets to Haydn. The ensemble will present his beautiful String Quartet Op. 3 No. 1 inspired by Haydn.
Afterwards the Devienne Flute Quartet Op. 16 No. 3 will darken the tone with its brooding opening in B minor.
The turbulent mood will continue with Haydn's Symphony No. 87 in a string quartet arrangement believed to have been penned by Haydn himself. The symphony was part of his commission in the 1780s for the Parisian-based group Concerts de la Loge Olympique.
The program will close with a fittingly French work, Rameau's Cinquième Concert from Pièces de clavecin en concerts, which pays homage to earlier composers Forqueray and Marais.
French Twist will be held at The Rose Room on June 1 from 3pm.
For tickets call 1800 334 388 or visit australianhaydn.com.au.