Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral occupies an exceptional place in the soul, heart and imagination of everyone. It is a treasure of humanity, the "Cathedral of emotions" which places everyone face to face with what is beyond us.
Among its living stones, the Maîtrise continues to promote its repertoire, which has been constantly enriched since the Middle Ages.
As part of the Festival des Bernardins opus 3, and the exhibition dedicated to Notre-Dame in the nave of the Collège des Bernardins, the Maîtrise offers you an evening of emotion on a journey through 400 years of sacred music, from Lotti and Bach to Mendelssohn, without forgetting the contemporary repertoire including the Stabat Mater by Jean-Charles Gandrille, (last polyphony sung in the Cathedral, the day before the fire) and the Messe brève by Yves Castagnet, choir organist at the cathedral .
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Suscepit Israel (from Magnificat)
Antonio Lotti (1666-1740), Crucixifus
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Der Gerechte kommt um
Jean-Charles Gandrille (*1982), Stabat Mater
Léon Boëllmann (1862-1897), Prière à Notre Dame
Yves Castagnet (*1964), Messe brève
- Agnus Dei
Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847), Wie der Hirsch schreit (from Psalm 42)
Yves Castagnet (*1964), Trois Psaumes
- Psaume 26
- Psaume 18
- Psaume 115
Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847), Verleih uns Freiden
Maîtrise Notre-Dame de Paris, Adult Choir
Yves Castagnet, great organ
Henri Chalet, conductor
Category 1: 40 € (no reduction)
Category 2: 25 € and 15 € (reduced rate, under 26 upon presentation of proof)
Exempt: Children under 12
Groups of + 10 people : email@example.com
On sale on site on the evening of concerts from 8 p.m.and on our online booking platform
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