Fontainebleau Schools Gala  • Saturday, May 6, 2023

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Fontainebleau Schools Gala • Saturday, May 6, 2023

Join us on Saturday, May 6th for our 2023 Fontainebleau Schools Spring Gala!

By Les Écoles d'Art Américaines de Fontainebleau

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Date and time

Saturday, May 6 · 6 - 10:30pm EDT


The Water Club 500 East 30th Street New York, NY 10016

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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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Join us for a special 2023 Fontainebleau Gala honoring the legacy of Nadia Boulanger!


The Fontainebleau Associations Spring Gala

Judith Pisar • Honorary Chair

Saturday, May 6, 2023 • 6:00 p.m.

The Water Club • 500 East 30th Street • New York City


$5,000 Table of 10 • $400 Individual Tickets

(Click the "Get Tickets" orange button at the top to purchase!)

All proceeds benefit the Écoles d’Art Américaines de Fontainebleau Scholarship Fund.



About the organizer

More About Fontainbleau
The Fontainebleau Schools offer a unique summer program for both musicians (string players, pianists and composers) and architects. Set in the magnificent chateau and town of Fontainebleau, about 40 miles southeast of Paris, the program has a rich tradition dating back to its inception in 1921. The music conservatory offers individual study and chamber music. Pianists and composers also study harmony, analysis, fugue and counterpoint. The architecture, or fine arts, school brings together different artistic disciplines in order to explore new ways of seeing, thinking and making architecture. At Fontainebleau, these disciplines often intersect in surprising and unusual ways. Music and architecture students live and dine together, attend lectures and concerts, and have field trips in common. Students are encouraged to observe one another’s work and collaborate on projects.

The international student body is taught in English by a predominantly French faculty of musicians, designers, artists, and professors. Founded in 1921, the school has a distinguished history with faculty and alumnae such as Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, Maurice Ravel, Paolo Soleri, Charles Moore, William Turnbull and Nadia Boulanger.

The five-week program in architecture and four-week music conservatory provide opportunities for educational advancement with in-depth exposure to French music, design, and history, and set the stage for a rich cultural and artistic exchange.

$400 – $5,000