Events - 13 Mar 18
Spring is here! Well, almost…while waiting for those warmer days, take some time for poetry and the French national celebration “Le Printemps des poètes”…
John Donne, John Keats, Emily Dickinson, Edgar Allan Poe, T.S Eliot…is this music to your ears? If so, come to the library to see the display and poetry tree of a selection of some of the well-known and well-loved poets of the English-language.
Love those French restaurants? Feel like you need to speak English more but in a relaxed atmosphere? Join this club which schedules a lunch in a great local restaurant. Click here to send an email to the coordinator for more information and the full schedule and to sign up!
For music lovers who are not necessarily musicians, the library presents a series of sessions aiming at illustrating the heritage of English Classical Music in its most specific and beautiful forms, mainly vocal music. Each session will focus on a composer, with a short presentation of the work and the composer, followed by the listening of selected pieces through selected videos, often with different interpretations. The point is to share comments and criticism with the group members.
This session will focus on Handel’s first big success in London, the opera “RINALDO”.
These sesssions are free and open to the public. No need to reserve, just come and enjoy!
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