Andreas Scholl, countertenorTamar Halperin, harpsichordThe Paris Festival 2020 is no exception to habits. It is with pleasure that we find the Sainte-Chapelle, one of the most visited national monuments, closed this year, due to epidemic, for several months. In the heart of the Ile de la Cité, in one of the oldest districts of Paris, it is, with the Conciergerie, one of the remains of the Palais de la Cité.It is the countertenor Andreas Scholl, accompanied by his wife Tamar Halperin on the harpsichord, who officiates tonight, with a program dedicated of course to baroque and sacred music: Dowland, Purcell, Vivaldi, J. Bach... Program:Henry Purcell 'Music for a While'John Dowland', 'Floe My Tears', 'Come Again, sweet love doth now invites', 'I Saw My Lady Weep', 'I care Not for These Ladies'Henry PurcellGround in D minor, Z D222Robert Johnson 'Have You Seen the Bright Lily Grow?' John Dowland 'In Darkness Let Me Dwell' Henry PurcellSarabande of Suite 2 in G minor, ZT 661Ground in C minor, ZT 681 "An Evening Hymn"Antonio VivaldiNisi Dominus, "Cum dederit"Johann Sebastian BachLa Passion according to Saint Mattieu, "Buss und Reu", "Erbarme dich, mein Gott"Antonio VivaldiNB: Access to the Sainte-Chapelle is reserved for spectators wearing a mask, with the exception of children under the age of 11. Entry to the venue may be refused for spectators who do not have masks. The Sainte-Chapelle is located within the grounds of the Palais de Justice in Paris. In order to ensure the safety of visitors, the monument applies the preventive measures decided by the government for public administrations. All visitors are subject to a mandatory security check - X-ray machines and metal detectors. It is forbidden to enter the palace compound with metal and/or sharp objects (knives, scissors, pliers, etc.), motorcycle helmets, glass bottles. No confiscated items will be returned to the owner. Access to the Sainte-Chapelle is not allowed with suitcases or large bags and the monument does not take any instructions.