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September 22-24 : DbD Workshop #1

  The DbD Experience (Doing by Doing) is a 23-hour intensive weekend created by renowned interdisciplinary performance artist Rachel Rosenthal in Los Angeles. Nathalie Broizat has worked with Rachel Rosenthal for 5 years, and she is the first former member of the Rachel Rosenthal Company authorized...

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James Hall

Thursday, July 6 @7.30pm: Concert James Hall

  The Fondation des Etats-Unis is delighted to welcome the flutist James Hall for an end of season concert, on July 6 at 7.30pm. Please reserve your free ticket here: And join the Facebook event! Provisional Program - subject to change Piece – Jacques Ibert (1890-1962) Fantasia No. 8 - Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Acht Stücke -...

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Tuesday, July 4 @12pm: Independence Day Lunchtime Concert

  Since 2016, the FEU has started organizing an informal lunchtime concert on July 4. This short concert (approximately 30 minutes) provides a lovely opportunity to bring together our audience, residents and staff from the Cité before the summer break. This year, the concert will be given...

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Tuesday, June 13 @7:30pm: Printempo – Wilson Poffenberger

  This last recital of the Printempo series will feature Wilson Poffenberger, one this year’s Harriet Hale Woolley music scholars. His concert program Paths of Obscurity is a musical reflection of his experience living and studying in Paris: through many struggles and many successes, his path...

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Tuesday, June 6 @ 7.30pm : Printempo – Trio Montsouris

  TRIO MONTSOURIS will present a recital featuring masterworks for clarinet, violin, and piano. The program includes some of the most significant chamber music written by Eastern European composers of the 20th century. Repertoire includes works by Bartók (Hungarian), Stravinsky (Russian), and Khachaturian (Soviet Armenian). This program...

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