Color My french Benefit Concert

Color My French, a benefit concert to support the teaching of French in the United States

For over 8 years, the French Heritage Language Program, an initiative of the French Embassy and FACE, has been offering free French classes to underserved French-speaking communities across the United States. This year, the program presents its first benefit event "Color My French".

This event will feature exclusive performances by Haitian singer and activist Emeline Michel, Guadalupe’ s jazz master Jacques Schwarz-Bart, and an original musical creation "Amidou & Toya", realized by students of the French Heritage Language Program in Brooklyn and featuring band AJOYO. The concert will conclude with a multicultural cocktail reception prepared by acclaimed Senegalese Chef Pierre Thiam.

All the proceeds will go towards supporting free French classes for underserved French-speaking communities across the United States.

Color My French

Saturday 31 May, 6.30-8.30pm

Lycée Français de New York, 505 East 75th street, New York NY 10021

Concert: $30 I Concert + Cocktail: $50

Tickets available at: or call 212-439-1438

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Last modified on 15/05/2014

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