Saint-Sulpice Concert Series
2 rue Palatine, 75006 Paris
Capacity 600 seats
Between 1 h and 1 h 30
For all audiences
Highlights: Saint-Sulpice Concert Series
Known to have one of the best Organs in Paris and located conveniently in the center of the city in the 6th arrondissement, Saint-Sulpice Church is hosting a classical music concert. Often compared in size and beauty to the famous Notre-Dame, you can attend a live orchestra concert while admiring the garnishing surrounding the 17th century church.
Story: Saint-Sulpice Concert Series
You might recognize this iconic church from one of the scenes in cult-classic film “The Da Vinci Code”. A beauty like this was not completed in one day - it took two centuries to complete the structure of the Saint-Sulpice. Let yourself be serenaded by the harmonious sound of professional musicians performing classical songs from some of the most prestigious composers of our times.
Sunday, December 31st, 2023 at 8:00 p.m.
With the Euromusic Symphonic Orchestra and Yana Boukoff (mezz-soprano), Joachim Bresson (tenor), Jean-Louis Serre (bass), and the Hugues Reiner International Choir conducted by Hugues Reiner
Dvořák: The New World Symphony
Recognized as one of the oldest and tallest Roman Catholic churches in Paris, the church originally got recognition from appearing in one of the famous scenes in the film The Da Vinci Code. Though the Saint-Sulpice started gaining more visitors from being spotted in the film curious individuals kept coming back because of its beautiful landscape and antique elaboration.
Construction for this beauty began in 1646 and finally completed in 1870, it took some time to complete the assembly due to lack of financial resources. It contains some of the most interesting artifacts such as:
1. Gnomon which was used to determine Easter day and the hour once light hit it and a shadow was introduced on the floor (this is one of the reasons the church was not destroyed during the Revolutionary War).
2. Located on the outside of the church is a statue of Saint Peter with a gold foot due to it having been rubbed so often by visitors.
3. A vast and impressive organ, one of the biggest in Paris.
4. A number of murals signed by Eugène Delacroix..
When you visit this remarkable church you’ll notice other fascinating details about its structure that will leave you breathless. Saint-Sulpice is one way you can re-visit Paris' history.
Fast facts Capacity: 600 Handicap Accessible: Yes Air conditioning: No Heating: Yes
Where will I be seated?
One of the crew members in the Saint-Sulpice Church will guide you to your seat in accordance to the seat number printed on your ticket.
How do I get to the Church?
The Saint-Sulpice Church is accessible by: Metro lines: You can take line 4 to Saint-Sulpice, line 10 to Mabillon, or lines 4 and 10 to Odéon. Bus lines: You can take the bus to the Michel Debré stop served by lines 39 and 96.
What do I do when I get to the Church?
We invite you to arrive 30 minutes before the beginning of the show and present your voucher at the front desk. The church's English-speaking staff members will guide you to your seats. Please note that the performances at the Saint-Sulpice Church begin precisely on time.
Does the venue have a specific dress code?
For Parisian operas, ballets, and classical music concerts the attire tends to be a bit fancier than in other venues, so feel free to have a little fun and dress to impress. Many Parisians will arrive directly from work, dressed in casual chic attire. Generally, elegant casual wear is required, jackets are recommended for men. Shorts, Bermuda shorts, flip-flops, sportswear and trainers are discouraged.
Is it a concert for travelers or French people?
Both! The performance consists solemnly on an array of musical notes presented by the orchestra. Language will not be an obstacle during the show. Just sit back, relax and listen to the beautiful melody on stage.
Is a show programme included with my tickets?
Tickets for Saint- Sulpice Concert Series do not include a program.
How long does the show last?
The show lasts one hour or one hour and thirty minutes with no intermission.