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  • Chopin & Mozart at Saint Ephrem Church

    Chopin & Mozart at Saint Ephrem Church

    Sat, Sep 05 2015, 18:00

    Eglise Saint-Ephrem
    France, Paris

    Sales end: Sep 05 2015, 15:00
    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy a candlelight performance of works for piano by Chopin and Mozart in Saint Ephrem Church in Paris.

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    Chopin & Mozart at Saint Ephrem Church Located in the historical heart of Paris, the Church of Saint Ephrem, with its outstanding acoustics, is a regular venue for concerts of classical music. This ancient Latin quarter church was constructed in 1733 in the Corinthian style. It was used by a variety of different faiths until the late 19th Century, when it became a center for Catholic social movements founded by Robert and Albert de Mun. The interior is classically embellished with an impressive collection of paintings.
    Eglise Saint-Ephrem 17, rue des Carmes Paris 75005 France
  • Bach Goldberg Variations at La Sainte Chapelle

    Bach Goldberg Variations at La Sainte Chapelle

    Sat, Sep 05 2015, 19:00

    La Sainte-Chapelle
    France, Paris

    Sales end: Sep 05 2015, 16:00
    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music
    • Baroque

    Experience Bach's Goldberg Variations, performed in La Sainte-Chapelle, one the most beautiful churches in the heart of Paris.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Bach Goldberg Variations at La Sainte Chapelle This breathtaking Gothic chapel, with its stunning stained glass windows, is one of the most exhilarating places in Paris. It was commissioned by Louis IX in the 1240s to house relics from the Holy Land, most notably the Crown of Thorns and part of the True Cross.

    Imposing and yet marvelously intricate, La Sainte-Chapelle is located on the Ile de la Cité near Notre Dame. It has two tiers: an intimate area at ground level with an awe-inspiring view, and a raised space with radiant tall windows and a small balcony.

    One of the great achievements of Gothic architecture, the Sainte-Chapelle boasts one of the most extensive displays of stained glass to be found anywhere. Bask in the light of bygone days and feel the warmth and wonder emanating from some of the most beautiful windows in the world.
    La Sainte-Chapelle 8, boulevard du Palais Paris 75001 France
  • Vivaldi's Four Seasons at La Sainte Chapelle

    Vivaldi's Four Seasons at La Sainte Chapelle

    Sat, Sep 05 2015, 20:30

    La Sainte-Chapelle
    France, Paris

    Sales end: Sep 05 2015, 17:30
    • Classical Concert
    • Baroque

    Wonderful music and a splendid atmosphere in Sainte Chapelle, one the most beautiful churches in Paris.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Vivaldi's Four Seasons at La Sainte Chapelle This breathtaking Gothic chapel, with its stunning stained glass windows, is one of the most exhilarating places in Paris. It was commissioned by Louis IX in the 1240s to house relics from the Holy Land, most notably the Crown of Thorns and part of the True Cross.

    Imposing and yet marvelously intricate, La Sainte-Chapelle is located on the Ile de la Cité near Notre Dame. It has two tiers: an intimate area at ground level with an awe-inspiring view, and a raised space with radiant tall windows and a small balcony.

    One of the great achievements of Gothic architecture, the Sainte-Chapelle boasts one of the most extensive displays of stained glass to be found anywhere. Bask in the light of bygone days and feel the warmth and wonder emanating from some of the most beautiful windows in the world.
    La Sainte-Chapelle 8, boulevard du Palais Paris 75001 France
  • Vivaldi Four Seasons in Paris: Eglise de La Madeleine

    Vivaldi Four Seasons in Paris: Eglise de La Madeleine

    Sat, Sep 05 2015, 20:30

    Eglise de la Madeleine
    France, Paris

    Sales end: Sep 04 2015, 20:30
    • Classical Concert
    • Baroque

    Masterpieces by Vivaldi, Schubert, Albinoni, and other great composers in La Madeleine Church.

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    Vivaldi Four Seasons in Paris: Eglise de La Madeleine The 'Eglise de la Madeleine' is a heavy Napoleonic structure modeled after a classical temple, which was built for the emperor as yet another monument to the victory of his army.

    Following many vicissitudes and changes of plan, the present building is now a windowless edifice with a Greek temple facade of Corinthian columns 20 metres high. Work on the church was begun in 1764.

    However, following the death of the architect in 1777, a new scheme was considered, and a Greek cross building was begun. Well before its completion, the revolutionary government dreamed up a more rational use for the building in progress. Napoleon decided on a Temple of Glory dedicated to the Great Army, and in 1806 commissioned Barthelemy Vignon to build it. After the erection of the colonnades, Louis XVIII was restored to power in 1814, who ordered that the temple should become a church.

    Eglise de la Madeleine Place de la Madeleine Paris 75008 France
  • Masterworks of Classical Music in Paris

    Masterworks of Classical Music in Paris

    Sat, Sep 05 2015, 20:30

    Eglise Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis
    France, Paris

    Sales end: Sep 05 2015, 14:30
    • Classical Concert
    • Sacred Music

    Experience some of the most beloved works in the classical music repertoire.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Masterworks of Classical Music in Paris Constructed between 1627 and 1641, the Church of Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis is a beautiful location in the popular Marais neighborhood of Paris.
    Eglise Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis 99, rue Saint Antoine Paris 75004 France
  • Piano Trios at St. Ephrem Church in Paris

    Piano Trios at St. Ephrem Church in Paris

    Sun, Sep 06 2015, 17:30

    Eglise Saint-Ephrem
    France, Paris

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    Enjoy music for piano trio at one of the most beautiful churches in Paris.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Piano Trios at St. Ephrem Church in Paris Located in the historical heart of Paris, the Church of Saint Ephrem, with its outstanding acoustics, is a regular venue for concerts of classical music. This ancient Latin quarter church was constructed in 1733 in the Corinthian style. It was used by a variety of different faiths until the late 19th Century, when it became a center for Catholic social movements founded by Robert and Albert de Mun. The interior is classically embellished with an impressive collection of paintings.
    Eglise Saint-Ephrem 17, rue des Carmes Paris 75005 France
  • La Sainte Chapelle Concerts

    La Sainte Chapelle Concerts

    Sun, Sep 06 2015, 20:30

    La Sainte-Chapelle
    France, Paris

    • Classical Concert

    La Sainte Chapelle is an extraordinary treasure of Gothic architecture in Paris, and a concert in the chapel is a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.

    INFO & TICKETS

    La Sainte Chapelle Concerts This breathtaking Gothic chapel, with its stunning stained glass windows, is one of the most exhilarating places in Paris. It was commissioned by Louis IX in the 1240s to house relics from the Holy Land, most notably the Crown of Thorns and part of the True Cross.

    Imposing and yet marvelously intricate, La Sainte-Chapelle is located on the Ile de la Cité near Notre Dame. It has two tiers: an intimate area at ground level with an awe-inspiring view, and a raised space with radiant tall windows and a small balcony.

    One of the great achievements of Gothic architecture, the Sainte-Chapelle boasts one of the most extensive displays of stained glass to be found anywhere. Bask in the light of bygone days and feel the warmth and wonder emanating from some of the most beautiful windows in the world.
    La Sainte-Chapelle 8, boulevard du Palais Paris 75001 France
  • Concerts at La Sainte Chapelle

    Concerts at La Sainte Chapelle

    Mon, Sep 07 2015, 19:00

    La Sainte-Chapelle
    France, Paris

    • Classical Concert

    Experience one of the most breathtaking sights in Paris while enjoying a superb performance.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Concerts at La Sainte Chapelle This breathtaking Gothic chapel, with its stunning stained glass windows, is one of the most exhilarating places in Paris. It was commissioned by Louis IX in the 1240s to house relics from the Holy Land, most notably the Crown of Thorns and part of the True Cross.

    Imposing and yet marvelously intricate, La Sainte-Chapelle is located on the Ile de la Cité near Notre Dame. It has two tiers: an intimate area at ground level with an awe-inspiring view, and a raised space with radiant tall windows and a small balcony.

    One of the great achievements of Gothic architecture, the Sainte-Chapelle boasts one of the most extensive displays of stained glass to be found anywhere. Bask in the light of bygone days and feel the warmth and wonder emanating from some of the most beautiful windows in the world.
    La Sainte-Chapelle 8, boulevard du Palais Paris 75001 France
  • Platée: Paris Opera

    Platée: Paris Opera

    Mon, Sep 07 2015, 19:30

    Palais Garnier
    France, Paris

    • Opera
    • Baroque

    Rameau’s "Platée" is a classic of the Paris Opera repertoire.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Platée: Paris Opera The Palais Garnier, also known as the Opéra de Paris or Opéra Garnier, but more commonly as the Paris Opéra, is a grand landmark designed by Charles Garnier in the Neo-Baroque style and it is regarded as one of the architectural masterpieces of its time. It is the 13th theatre to house the Paris Opera since its foundation by Louis XIV - the Sun King - in 1669, and can host around 1.900 spectators and 450 artists.
    Palais Garnier 8, rue du Scribe Paris 75009 France
  • Concerts at St. Ephrem Church in Paris

    Concerts at St. Ephrem Church in Paris

    Mon, Sep 07 2015, 20:00

    Eglise Saint-Ephrem
    France, Paris

    • Classical Concert

    Enjoy this concert series with works by the greatest composers at one of the most beautiful churches in Paris.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Concerts at St. Ephrem Church in Paris Located in the historical heart of Paris, the Church of Saint Ephrem, with its outstanding acoustics, is a regular venue for concerts of classical music. This ancient Latin quarter church was constructed in 1733 in the Corinthian style. It was used by a variety of different faiths until the late 19th Century, when it became a center for Catholic social movements founded by Robert and Albert de Mun. The interior is classically embellished with an impressive collection of paintings.
    Eglise Saint-Ephrem 17, rue des Carmes Paris 75005 France