We would like to thank the organizers of France Run, a French-American 8K race in Central Park. We were invited to sing La Marseillaise and were proud to be asked to sing the Star Spangled Banner too. This is what the choir is all about: France, United States, together in song!
Check out this video of our “Marseillaise”:
The French American Choir of New York was featured on NET TV after its performance at Saint-Agnes Church in Brooklyn. Check out the video here:
Here are a few pictures of our Winter concert at the French consulate.
Thanks to our special guests: soprano Meghan Picerno, baritone Sol Jin, violinist Filip Pogády, and the young soloists of the Audray School of Music; to the consulate for hosting us; and to all of you for coming to listen to us!
Credit: French consulate
We rehearsed for weeks with the singers and orchestra of the Long Island Opera Company to put together Verdi’s Traviata. Here are some pictures.
We would like to thank Olivier Chazareix for documenting this great musical adventure for the choir.
We would like to thank our supporters for coming to Molloy College for La Traviata. Thank you also to the Madison Theater, the conductor Daniel Boico and the great great great singers of the Long Island Opera Company. We hope you had as much fun as we did!
More pictures to come soon…