Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny Church Concert Series

Euromusic Productions
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Sainte-Radegonde Church

Until June 23, 2024

No dialogue


Sainte-Radegonde Church
53-55 rue Claude Monet, 27620 Giverny
Capacity 100 seats


1 h 15 min

No intermission


Classical concert

For all audiences

No dialogue

Highlights: Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny Church Concert Series

Having organised concerts across a variety of Parisian churches, including the likes of the Sainte-Chapelle, the historic Saint-Germain-des-Prés church, the opulent Saint-Sulpice church, and the extravagant church of Saint-Louis-en-l'Île, Euromusic now invites you to discover the scintillating works of Gabriel Fauré and Henri Duparc within the storied walls of Giverny’s Sainte-Radegonde Church.

To make your Parisian trip truly unforgettable this 2024, opt for a day-trip off the beaten track and visit this pretty Norman village for a musical experience like no other — for art-lovers, Giverny is also home to Claude Monet's house and gardens! A dose of colour for the eyes, and harmony for the ears… it’s a creative’s paradise.


After taking in the picturesque sights of Giverny, we invite you to take a short tour of its church, complete with an exquisite classical concert for your enjoyment. This April 2024, enjoy some music in Claude Monet country — springtime brings the best out of this gorgeous village!

Concert programme

Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 26th at 4:00 p.m.
With Joachim Bresson (tenor) and Hugues Reiner (piano)
Henri Duparc: L’invitation au voyage, Phidylé, La vie antérieure
Gabriel Fauré: Après un Rêve, Les berceaux, Automne
Hugues Reiner: Quatre mélodies sur des textes de Pouchkine


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Sainte-Radegonde Church

53-55 rue Claude Monet, 27620 Giverny

History and Fun Facts about the Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny Church

In this sacred space, you can forget everything. You're 75 km from the hustle and bustle of Paris’s busy streets, and a long way away from the roar of the inner-city traffic. You're in Normandy now, and it’s time to relax and reflect.


Even if you’ve never heard of Giverny before, you’re sure to have seen it in the famous paintings of France’s most beloved Impressionist artist, Claude Monet. Giverny is the village where you'll find his home and gardens, including the iconic aquatic scene depicted in his much-adored “Water Lilies” piece. Abundant plants and gentle colours cultivate an environment conducive to reflection, de-escalation, and peace — the very foundations of the Impressionist movement, of which Monet was a pioneer. As a testament to his love for this gorgeous village, you can also find his grave here, in the gentle shadow of the Sainte-Radegonde Church.


The Sainte-Radegonde Church is of Romanesque origin, complete with a nave that has preserved a small semicircular bay from this period. The choir has a semicircular apse with an accompanying semicircular vault; beyond this, the rest of the building was constructed in the 15th century. Beyond its doors, the church’s interior boasts some remarkable furnishings, including fine stone statues: a 15th-century Virgin and Child, Sainte Radegonde (St. Radegund) herself, Saint Roch, Saint Quentin, Saint Louis d'Anjou, Bishop of Toulouse, and fragments of 16th-century polychrome stained-glass. It also boasts a fine collection of murals that you are welcome to browse and discover for yourself during your visit.


This divinely beautiful edifice is also the venue for a selection of classical music concerts. These classical concerts are a fantastic way of extending your visit to Giverny through of music — after all, anyone who has visited this charming village will understand why many will want to stay that bit longer. Drink in the charm of this pretty little village that served as the muse for one of history’s finest painters.


Fast facts
Capacity: 100
Handicap Accessible: No
Air conditioning: No
Heating: No
Coat Check: No


How do I get to Sainte-Radegonde Church in Giverny?

The Sainte-Radegonde Church is located in Giverny, a charming village 75 km from Paris.

The easiest way to get there is by train: go to Gare Saint-Lazare (via Metro lines 3, 12, 13, and 14) and buy a ticket for Vernon-Giverny (on the Paris-Rouen line). Upon your arrival forty-five minutes later, you can take a shuttle bus (€10 return), whose timetable aligns with the departure of the trains. Allow around 15 minutes for the transfer (6 kilometres).

By car, take the A13 motorway and exit at Vernon, then follow the signs for Giverny. The church is located at 53-55 rue Claude Monet. There is plenty of free parking for visitors, and everything in the village is within walking distance.
Taxis are also available.
In case of difficulty, our hotline can be reached during our business hours. Please see the footer of this page for our contact details.

What do I do when I get to the Sainte-Radegonde Church in Giverny?

We invite you to arrive 20 minutes before the concert’s start time, and to then present your voucher at the front desk.

How long do the concerts at the Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny Church last?

The concerts last approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, with no intermission.

Can I take photos during the Sainte-Radegonde Church’s concert series?

In order not to disturb the artists, and for the comfort of other guests, you are not permitted to photograph, film, or record the performance for the duration of the concerts. As long as the performance is not currently in session, feel free to take a snapshot of the Sainte-Radegonde Church as a souvenir of your trip to Giverny!

Is the Sainte-Radegonde Church’s concert series for an international audience or French speakers?

Both - the Sainte-Radegonde Church welcomes audiences from all over the world! The concerts held here are performed in the universal language of music, and are therefore accessible to anyone from any corner of the world.

Is there a dress code enforced at the Sainte-Radegonde Church?

There is no specific dress code at the Sainte-Radegonde Church, but proper attire is appreciated.

If I'm late, will I still be allowed into the show?

In the event of a delay, spectators will still be allowed entrance to the venue, but seating in the purchased category is not guaranteed.