Lucinda Childs choreographs a musical, visual, and danced poem about our memories, in tribute to those who were torn from their lives. “It all started on the day of the terrorist attacks in New York, September 11, 2001. The composer David Lang, an iconic figure in American contemporary music, and acclaimed cellist Maya Beiser were
he Big Funk Company invites you for theater and brunch at the Theatre du Lucernaire. The troup will perform 4 one-act plays in English with sur-titles, followed by a delicious brunch, with all the fixings (pancakes, syrup, scrambled eggs, bacon, …). The theme? To Be Announced Join PAN members at this entertaining and convivial
PAN was able to reserve a limited number of tickets (14€) for an evening guided tour (in French) of this fabulous exhibit before they sold out! Purchase yours above. Following the success of La Mécanique des dessous (2013) and Tenue correcte exigée! (2017), the Musée des Arts Décoratifs continues its exploration into the relationship between fashion and the body with a third,
In hommage to Danielle, Dick Johnson has graciously opened his home to us for the traditional Galette des Rois cum Sing-Along with pianiste extraordinaire Scott Sontag, so we can catch up on the Christmas carols we missed in December, plus other favorites. In addition to enjoying galettes (and crowning the Queen or King) with cider and
Reinhardt (1910–1953), a manouche (gypsy) born in Belgium but who spent most of his life France, is recognized as a pioneer of jazz guitar. He played with and was admired by all the greats, especially violinist Stéphane Grappelli, who featured him in his quintet. Jazz guitarist Frédéric Belinsky and his band are putting on an
Located at 25 avenue des Champs Elysees, the Hôtel de la Païva was the home of the Marquise de la Païva, a famous 19th-century courtesan. Built in the decade from 1856-66 by the architect Pierre Manguin, this mansion is the sole remaining example of the magnificent palaces that once lined the Champs Élysées. It is
Interested in joining the PAN Book Club? We meet once a month at the home of a member where we share a meal around a main course provided by the host(ess). An evening generally unfolds in the following manner: Chatter about current reading over a glass of wine while waiting for everyone to arrive, then
Founded in 1901, the Maison Lacloche was one of Paris’ celebrated jewelry houses from the Belle Époque period to the 1960s. Established on rue de la Paix in 1901, it also had boutiques in Madrid, in London on New Bond Street, as well as branches in Nice, Biarritz, San Sebastián, Cannes and Deauville. Lacloche Frères,
PAN has been attending Thanksgiving dinner at Joe Allen’s for more years than I can remember. BUT THIS YEAR WE’RE GOING TO TRY SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT!!! The AUC (American University Clubs) has also been organizing a Thanksgiving dinner each year, and past president Patricia and I never publicized their meal which was often
The Big Funk Company invites you for theater and brunch at the Theatre du Lucernaire. The troup will perform 4 one-act plays in English with sur-titles, followed by a delicious brunch, with all the fixings (pancakes, syrup, scrambled eggs, bacon, …). The theme? To Be Announced Soon Join PAN members at this entertaining
On November 13th 2019, our beloved Danielle Johnson passed away. Many of you have asked about donating in PAN’s name to a cause she held dear. Danielle’s family has suggested supporting one of the projects of the Centre des Monuments Nationaux. You can contribute to a special PAN fund in her memory with a donation
After our postponement due to the severe heatwave conditions last June, it is with pleasure that we invite you once again to PAN’s Annual General Assembly cum Halloween Party, on Thursday, October 31st, 2019 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m at Dick and Danielle Johnson’s lovely apartment in Paris 7. Of course, there will be no
This is the first major retrospective dedicated to El Greco in France. Born on the island of Crete, Domenikos Theotokopoulos acquired the name El Greco – the Greek – in Italy and Spain. After working as an icon painter in the Eastern Orthodox tradition, he left Crete in 1568 to study western-style painting in Venice.
This is an unusual FREE visit of this little known museum, located within the Hôtel des Invalides. The “staged tour is led by actors who embody some of the greatest figures in the history of The French Résistance. The Order of Liberation (in French: Ordre de la Libération) is a French decoration which was awarded to heroes of
We all have heard about this famous department store and yet what do we really know about it? Join us for a 90-minute guided tour, in English, that takes us behind the scenes of the Printemps for the first time, from the basement of the department store to the rooftop terrace, with its breathtaking view
Did you grow up listening and dancing to Queen in the 70’s and 80’s? Do you still sing along when you hear their songs? if so, join us at the Casino de Paris for a trip down musical memory lane with We Will Rock You. For more, see https://pan.paris/ee4events/we-will-rock-you/.
New date to be announced shortly It is with pleasure that we invite you to PAN’s Annual General Assembly and Independence Day Cookout on Sunday, June 30th at Geneviève Lobier’s lovely home in Versailles. We will begin with a late brunch featuring our famous grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, then pass to the meeting,
What better way to transition into summer in Paris, than with one of the most complex and highly rated French rosé wines? Tavel is the only Rosé with its own AOC appellation and produces only rosé wines. A Rhône Valley Cru, it’s considered one of the most complex and long-lived rosés in the world.
A journey into van Gogh’s greatest masterpieces! The new digital exhibition in the Atelier des Lumières immerses visitors in the paintings of Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890), a genius who was not recognized during his lifetime and who transformed painting. Projected on all the surfaces of the Atelier, this new visual and musical
Courtesans, Madams and Brothels of the 19th Century Guided Tour (in English) They were the stars of Paris. All women wanted to look like them, talk like them and seduce like them…These fashionable icons were the courtesans of the 19th century. How did they succeed? How did they live? How did they inspire writers such