A small jewel of Baroque art built in 1733, the Church of Saint-Ephrem, whose acoustics are remarkable, is located in a green setting in the heart of the historic centre of Paris (Latin Quarter) close to the Pantheon and the Sorbonne. The calm and serenity that reigns there make it a place conducive to listening to classical music. The many concerts that are organized there are given by artists, all winners of the National Conservatory of Music of Paris. Many of them have won international competitions. J.S. Bach's Cello Suites are considered the Bible of cellists. Nowhere does Bach seem to have as much grandeur, strength and emotion as in these Suites. Pages of pure instrumental music, this pagan music is one of the most beautiful forms of prayer.