Free

About this Event

Join us for our winter open house and learn all you need to know about our winter courses (starting in January) for adults. You can meet some of our experienced native French-speaking teachers. You can also take a free placement test during the evening, which we will use to help you find a class suited to your interests and proficiency.

This is also a wonderful opportunity to discover our space (if you're new to the Center), learn more about our enrichment offerings and socialize with other students as you listen to live music by pianist/composer Masako Jasmine. Plus enjoy some delicious bread, cheese and un verre du vin (a glass of wine)!

Want to find out more about our classes before the Open House? Click here to see all our adult course offerings this session. Register with the Receptionist during the Open House and receive 10% off your class tuition!

About Masako Jasmine

Masako Jasmine is a pianist/composer. She was born and grew up in Tokyo, Japan and studied jazz piano/applied theory with renowned jazz pianist, Ray Santisi at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Listen to her music on Spotify.

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