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Grand Concert de Chants Traditionnels de Noël

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Eglise Saint Sulpice
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«Grand Concert de Chants Traditionnels de Noël»

19
December
Saturday Sa - 09:00pm
December, 2020
Dec 19 Sa - 09:00pm
09:00 PM
Place Saint-Sulpice, 8M, 75006, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Tickets from €19.8

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Grand Christmas Concert in Saint-Sulpice Traditional Songs Soloists, Churs, Symphony Orchestra and Participation of the Public Arrangement Nicolas Crivelli We Wish you a Merry Christmas (British), My beautiful Fir, King of the Forests (German) He was born the divine Child, Angels in Our Countryside Te Deum by Charpentier, The March of the Kings by Bizendel, Joy to the World by Handel, Hark the Herald Angels Sing by Mendelsshon, Jing Bells by James Pierpont , Midnight Christian by Adolphe Adam, And the Glory of the Handel's Lord of messiah, Franz Gruber's Sweet Night, Henri Martinet's Little Santa Claus, Charles Gounod's Ave Maria, François Gevaert's Between the Buf and the Grey Donkey, Mozart's Ave Verum, Handel's Hallelujah of Messiah. Dynamic and eclectic, the Hélios orchestra has established itself since its creation in 2014. Its artistic director, Paul Savalle, promotes the professional integration of young musicians through orchestral practice. Thus, young graduates mingle with orchestral musicians, conductors and experienced soloists, in optimal working conditions. From baroque to contemporary music, the programs are varied, the repertoire is both symphonic and choral, the orchestra associating with the departmental and regional churs. Through collaboration with different conductors, the musicians approach a very rich repertoire by broadening their range of interpretations. They all come from the great French conservatories, some belonging to a national orchestra. From the string quartet to the symphony orchestra to the brass ensemble, the orchestra always broadens its audience by modulating its composition. The string formation performs in the most prestigious churches in Paris, allowing the public to discover a very rich architectural heritage. Its variable geometry training allows the Hélios orchestra to approach a very wide repertoire with a passionate curiosity