On Monday, July 4, join us at the FEU to celebrate Independence Day with our traditional lunchtime concert followed by lunch in the rose garden! This informal event brings together our audience, residents, alumni and staff from the Cité internationale campus before the summer break.
Daniel Schreiner, alumnus pianist, will be in Paris to give a concert (on July 5 at 7.30pm) and we are delighted that he has offered to perform a short program of upbeat classical, ragtime and jazz music at 12:30pm in the Grand Salon.
The lunch is at 1pm. All proceeds will go to the FEU community garden and to a humanitarian cause. In the spirit of being eco-friendly, the meals will be homemade and prepared based on the number of reservations. Please sign up no later than Wednesday, June 29.
Reservations for lunch are now closed, but come to the concert!
Mandatory lunch reservation
About the Artist
A musician and interdisciplinary artist of diverse interests, Daniel Schreiner is fashioning a career of experimentation and radical discovery. As a concert pianist, Daniel has performed internationally at venues in France, Italy, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennesssee, and Washington, D.C. As an avid chamber musician, Daniel has worked with members of the JACK Quartet, Alan Pierson of Alarm Will Sound, Kathy Supové, Betsy Jolas, Ensemble Calliopée, Contemporaneous Ensemble, InfraSound, LIGAMENT, Balance Campaign, BlackBox Ensemble, NewMusicMannes, and the Berkshire Symphony. Having also majored in Studio Art while attending Williams College, Daniel is interested in integrating two-dimensional visual art, sound art, and performance art with piano music. His experimental sound art installations have been featured in exhibitions in Sardinia, Italy; Berlin, Germany; and Yonkers, NY. A recipient of the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship from the Fondation des États-Unis, Daniel spent the 2019-20 academic year in Paris, France, studying at La Schola Cantorum with Billy Eidi and performing works by Fauré, Debussy, Messiaen, Murail, and contemporary Paris-based composers. Daniel’s latest projects include a trilogy of piano works inspired by the water cycle, multi-movement graphic scores written for open instrumentation, and new global collaborations spawned from his recent residency with OneBeat.