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Puer Natus Est: Gregorian chant and Medieval music in Notre‐Dame de Paris

About the Event

This performance of Medieval music at the Cathedral of Notre‐Dame evokes Christmas night. The processional chants of the shepherds approaching the newborn, in an atmosphere of grace and joy.

While the Cathedral of Notre‐Dame was the center of development of polyphonic music in the Middle Ages, other cathedrals saw the continuous growth of forms of monophonic music, such as tropes and liturgical drama. These traditions will be represented in this festive holiday performance.

Practical Information

Witness the grandeur of Notre‐Dame de Paris Cathedral without spending the day standing in line. A concert at this world‐famous landmark is the only opportunity to experience the breathtaking cathedral without the flow of bustling tourists. Notre‐Dame de Paris attracts more visitors than any other church in the world, but during the evening concerts, only ticket‐holding audience members are admitted to enjoy the beautifully lit interior.

The reduced ticket price is available for people under 26 years old and unemployed people with valid ID.

Cast / Production

Voices and medieval instruments: Ensemble vocal de Notre‐Dame de Paris
Direction: Sylvain Dieudonné

Customer Reviews

4.2 of 5

  • sandra n., France

    Dec 2011

    beaucoup d'emotion. mise en scene surprenante avec apparition des chanteurs/musiciens aux quatre coins de la cathedrale. et bien sur, decor et accoustique exceptionnels !

  • Géraldine B., France

    Dec 2011

    Extrêmement bien mis en scène. Un très beau concert.

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