Église Saint Severin: New Year's Concert with Trumpet & Organ
Thursday, December 31 2015, 20:00
Eglise Saint-Séverin, Paris - Main Hall
- Vivaldi, Antonio
- Torelli, Giuseppe
- Telemann, Georg Philipp
- Schubert, Franz
- Ave Maria
- Charpentier, Marc-Antoine
- Te Deum
- Bach, Johann Sebastian
- Toccata & Fugue
- Program is subject to change
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Celebrate the New Year with a concert at the lovely Saint Severin Church in Paris.
Pierre Cambourian (organ) and Simon Fournier (trumpet) perform a joyful program with music of Vivaldi, Telemann, and Bach.
Welcome the New Year with Baroque music in Paris.
Reduced prices (with valid ID)
All children must be accompanied by an adult. Children will be seated in the same category (A or B only) as the accompaning adult.
For children under 18: Reduced seating is available in category A or B.
For students with valid ID: Reduced seating is available in category B.
For children under 10: Reduced price of 2 euros is available in categories A and B.
- Cambourian, Pierre (Soloist)
- Fournier, Simon (Soloist)
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