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"Really unique experience"

  • May 2016

reviewed by Lisa from France

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Classical music in a church

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Paris has countless amounts of musical happenings, from street musicians banging on a drums to international superstars filling up gigantic stadiums. Paris also has countless historical and cultural sites, ranging from the iconic wonders to the small secret hideouts that even Parisians ignore. But when both music and cultural sites join forces, it creates a truly wonderful moment. And this is exactly what Concert in Paris offers.

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About this place


Location
1 Rue Saint-Julien le Pauvre, 75005 Paris
Line 4 - Saint Michel Line 10 - Cluny La Sorbonne
Line B/C - Saint Michel

Hours
Tuesday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm
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Monday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Tuesday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Wednesday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Thursday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Friday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Saturday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm Sunday : 20:00 pm - 22:30 pm

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A concert in a 12th century church

Every night, without exception, Concert in Paris offers classical music concerts in the small Saint Julien Le Pauvre church.

With a daily changing program, very talented musicians, either in a small ensemble or solo, offer great performances for music lovers. 

A very intimate setting

Although the program is mostly classical, there are certain exceptions with interpretations of more modern tunes.

Saint Julien le Pauvre being very small, this venue is the perfect setting for an intimate concert, giving the feeling of assisting at a private concert and giving the opportunity to get up close and personal with the virtuosos.

Concert in Paris offers something that should not be missed if you are (classical) music fan.

A church full of history

The Church of Saint Julien le Pauvre is one of the oldest churches in Paris, with its history dating back to the 6th century.

Although the first church was destroyed by barbarians, the walls seen today date back from the year 1160.

A warehouse during the French Revolution

Because it was used as part of the University of Paris (theology courses), Saint Julien Le Pauvre Church was very prosperous until the 17th century where it was almost abandoned and used as a chapel by a hospital nearby.

During the French Revolution (1789-1799), the church became a warehouse and it is only in 1826 that it regained its religious purpose.

Since 1888, Saint Julien Le Pauvre is the Greek Catholic Melkite Church in Paris and has been opening its doors to music via Concert in Paris for 21 years already.

 

Fun Fact

Parisianist Fun Fact: On the right of main entrance to the church is a small well (with a small tree growing on top of it now) and a big stone.

This stone is believed to have been one of the stones of the Cardo Maximum, the main road in Lutetia (former name of Paris) built by the Romans in the 1st Century. In the small park next to the church lies the oldest tree in Paris, planted in 1601 and still alive today!

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