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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE AMERICAN FRIENDS OF LES ARTS FLORISSANTS

invites you to join them at a

FALL RECEPTION & CONCERT

MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2019

TO CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT LES ARTS FLORISSANTS

6:15 PM Welcome Reception
7:00 PM Concert
8:00 PM Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres

GESUALDO’S MADRIGALS BOOK 3 - Performance by Les Arts Florissants
Musical direction, Paul Agnew
Miriam Allan, soprano
Hannah Morrison, soprano
Mélodie Ruvio, contralto
Paul Agnew, tenor
Sean Clayton, tenor
Edward Grint, bass

CONSULATE GENERAL OF FRANCE
934 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY

FESTIVE ATTIRE

Please respond by Friday, October 4, 2019

Co-Hosts ~ $5,000, including 4 tickets for Fall Reception, plus 2 tickets for the Gesualdo concert (performed at 1:00 PM and 3:30 PM at The Met Cloisters on Oct. 20)
($4,260 tax-deductible contribution)

Benefit Committee ~ $2,000, including 2 tickets
($1,700 tax-deductible contribution)

Patron Ticket ~ $600 each
($450 tax-deductible contribution)

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For further information, please call Pascal Nadon at (646) 234-7088 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


LAF Ensemble Denis Rouvre LIGHTWe welcome your support of the American Friends of Les Arts Florissants

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The American Friends of Les Arts Florissants, a 501(c)3 charitable corporation, was established in 2012 to strengthen the ties between Les Arts Florissants and American audiences, musicians and singers.

By raising funds in the United States, American Friends supports Les Arts Florissants’ international and U.S. tours, concerts, recitals, and events such as the Dans les Jardins de William Christie Festival held annually in the Vendée region of France. AFLAF’s support also helps to provide training and education through the annual Jardin des Voix program for young singers and to preserve and disseminate European music of the 17th and 18th century.

The France-based, internationally acclaimed Baroque vocal and instrumental ensemble Les Arts Florissants was founded in 1979 by Franco-American conductor William Christie.

Under Christie’s extraordinary leadership and unparalleled artistic vision, Les Arts Florissants has played a pioneering role in rediscovering and reenergizing France's Baroque repertoire, developing new French and American talent, and bringing exciting and fresh musical performances to a wide range of audiences on both sides of the Atlantic.

American Friends of Les Arts Florissants Board of Directors

Françoise Girard, Chair
Susan L. Baker, Treasurer
Sydney Houghton Weinberg, Secretary
Nizam Kettaneh
Paul LeClerc
Helen Little
Bernard Selz