We are thrilled to announce that we were invited to sing “La Marseillaise”, the French National anthem, in Central Park on Saturday, August 29th, for the opening of “France Run”. And of course, we said “oui”!
7.000 runners from all around the world will be participating in this new 8K race. We will be singing around 7:50 am, right before the start of the race. We will be at the start line (see map here) at the 66th St level, making sure that we boost the runners before they start running.
The run will benefit an organization called Imagine for Margo, which funds research against child cancer.
We hope to see you there! With French and American flags of course, and coffee!
Join us for our last concert of the season at the beautiful Church of the Blessed Sacrement on the Upper West Side, as we welcome the summer with a series of beautiful songs from the 17th Century to today.
Conducted by Anne-Julia Audray
Friday June 12, 7pm-8pm
Church of the Blessed Sacrement
152 West 71th St @ Broadway (72nd St on the 1, 2, 3 subway)
Tickets are here
Adieu, sweet Amarillis
By J. Wilbye
Supplique des Albigeois
By François-Auguste Gevaërt
My Dearest, my Fairest
By J. Ph. Rameau
Piu Non Si Trovano
By W.A. Mozart
Se Lontan Ben Mio Tu Sei
By W.A. Mozart
Ecco Quel Fiero Istante
By W.A. Mozart
Aurtxoa Seaskan (Basque Lullaby)
By G. Olaizola
Pueblito, mi pueblo (O Village, So Lovely)
By C. Guastavino
Jesu meine Freude
By J.S. Bach
By G. Caccini,
Soloists Katrina Golubchik, Blanche Lortholary, Lou-Ann Sire, Polina
Chères fleurs from Chansons Des Bois D’Amaranthe
By J. Massenet
Barcarolle from Les Contes d’Hoffmann
By J. Offenbach
“Thank you” to the great audience who came to see us at Saint-Agnes Church in Brooklyn Sunday afternoon. And “merci” to Saint Agnes Church for welcoming us, along with guest singers Andrew Pulver and Meghan Picerno and pianist Arthur Bosarge, in its absolutely gorgeous venue. We hope to be back soon for another great concert.
The choir will hold its first ever open house on Monday April 20th (details TBC). Come meet the singers and the founder of the French American Choir of New York Anne-Julia Audray.
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The French American Choir of New York is thrilled to bring its repertoire of old American and European songs to Saint Agnes Church, in Carroll Gardens (Brooklyn).
Conducted by the opera singer and President of the Long Island Opera Company Anne-Julia Audray, the choir will perform Mozart, traditional French and English songs as old as the XVIIth century, Bach and Purcell among others and some opera extracts like the Barcarolle from Tales of Hofmann, for the pure joy to fill the beautiful acoustic of Saint Agnes Church.
With the participation of Meghan Picerno, coloratura soprano, Andrew Pulver, soprano boy (Two Boys at the Metropolitan Opera), and more young talents from the Audray School for Singing.
The French-American Choir of New York was founded by Anne-Julia Audray in 2013. It has performed in various venues across New York, including the French consulate, and was part of the 2014 production of La Traviata by the Long Island Opera Company, performed in 2014 at the Madison Theater in Long Island.
Concert Sunday March, 29, 4pm
Saint Agnes Church, 433 Sackett Street @ Hoyt St
Tickets available for purchase at the door too.
The French American Choir of New York is back on stage. We will be holding our annual Holiday Concert at the French Consulate on Friday December 19th. Make your reservation here!
It will be conducted by Anne-Julia Audray, with the participation of soprano Meghan Picerno, baritone Sol Jin, violinist Filip Pogády, and the young soloists of the Audray School
During the concert, the French-American Choir of New York and special guests will sing wonderful Holiday songs from all around the world, including “White Christmas”, “La Marche des Rois”, “Douce nuit” and other Holiday classics.
This concert will benefit the Audray School Scholarship Fund for Young Singers.
Concert on Friday, December 19, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)
Please arrive at 6pm sharp. Late comers will not be accepted. No refunds available and no tickets available at the door.
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