Atelier Concerts

Atelier Concerts

Sunday Concert Series - 17h00 - Free admission

Originating in Left Bank studios in 1895, The Atelier Concert Series became part of the cultural activities at the American Church in Paris during the early 1930s. These concerts provide a performance opportunity in Paris for talented musicians of all nationalities.

A different program is offered each Sunday evening at 17h00, September through November and January through June. There is no admission fee, but a free-will offering is taken at the door to support the series.

To receive detailed programs, updates and other announcements about this series, send a message to our Music Director and put “Atelier Mailing” in the subject line. All mailings are done in blind copy and for this purpose only.

Upcoming Concerts:

Atelier Concert — Sunday 4 September 17h00

Margarete NÜSSLEIN - soprano
Ulrike NÜSSLEIN - piano
Wolfgang NÜSSLEIN - cello
Theodore NÜSSLEIN - viola

Atelier Concert — Sunday 11 September 17h00

Harumi KINOSHITA - harpsichord

Atelier Concert — Sunday 18 September 17h00

Axia MARINESCU - piano

Atelier Concert — Sunday 25 September 17h00

Duo Lichtspiel
Claire-Marie PESSEY - violin
Swetlana MEERMANN - piano

Atelier Concert — Sunday 2 October 17h00

Duncan HONEYBOURNE - piano

Atelier Concert — Sunday 9 October 17h00

Yoko TODA - piano

Atelier Concert — Sunday 16 October 17h00

Birute VAINIUNAITE - piano

Atelier Concert — Sunday 23 October 17h00

Kunal LAHIRY - piano

Ensemble Lumina Auditions

Tenor and bass auditions 29, 30 and 31 August

Lumina Auditions

Auditions for tenor and bass for the 2016-17 season are being held for the Ensemble Lumina, an a cappella chamber choir under the direction of Caroline Drury. An integral part of the American Church music program, the ensemble sings for concerts and occasional worship services. Composers include Mendelssohn, Byrd, Pärt, Lauridsen, Augustinas, Gjeilo, Stephen Foster, and others.

To schedule an audition, please fill out the form http://bit.ly/EnsembleLuminaAudition. For any questions, please contact Caroline Drury here.