Les Comédiens Français Lecture
The theater group Les Comédiens Français was organized in 1934 to promote, foster, and perpetuate French language and culture in Louisiana. After presenting more than fifty years of stage productions in French, the group became inactive and established an annual lecture series on French culture, particularly the performing arts, at The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Because the endowment for the annual lecture series does not cover all the costs associated with this event, your financial support is greatly appreciated. Should you like more information about helping to continue this important lecture series, please call The Collection’s development office at (504) 598-7109. All inquiries are held in strictest confidence and without obligation. Thank you for your support.
The Historic New Orleans Collection presents
the thirteenth Les Comédiens Français Lecture
Hommage à Louis XIV
featuring Jaren Atherholt, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and Lyrica Baroque
Daniel Lelchuck, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and Lyrica Baroque
Joseph Meyer, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and Lyrica Baroque
Pierre Queval, Young Artist in Residence at the St. Louis Cathedral and Co-Titular Organist of St. Ignace, Paris
with Howard Margot, The Historic New Orleans Collection
Monday, November 16, 2015 • 6:30 p.m.
Williams Research Center • 410 Chartres Street
This event is free and open to the public.
Reservations are encouraged and can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org or (504) 523-4662. Reservations will be held until ten minutes prior to the start of the program. Any reserved seats unclaimed at that time will be released to the public.