Hélios Orchestra at Saint-Eustache Church

Saint-Eustache Church

Until December 21, 2023

No dialogue


Saint-Eustache Church
2 Impasse Saint-Eustache, 75001 Paris
Capacity 1000 seats


1 hr 15 min 

No intermission


Classical music concert

For all audiences

Without dialogue



Highlights: Hélios Orchestra at Saint-Eustache Church

The Hélios Orchestra invites you to come and enjoy traditional Christmas carols that the choirs, soloists and orchestra will perform with your participation. Enjoy a concert while admiring the combination of architectural styles, works of art and the great organ of the Saint-Eustache church.

Story: Hélios Orchestra at Saint-Eustache Church

Youth, ambition and eclecticism: these are three words that describe the Hélios Orchestra. Founded in 2014 by Paul Savalle, who is committed to the professional integration of young people through orchestral practice, the Hélios Orchestra is characterised by the diversity of its composition, which consists of both great musicians from national orchestras and young professionals who just graduated from prestigious colleges.


Concert programme


Thursday, December 21st, 2023 at 8:45 p.m.

With the Hélios Orchestra and the Hélios Ephemeral and Darius Milhaud choirs, conducted by Matthieu Cabanes

Grand Concert of Traditional Christmas Songs


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Saint-Eustache Church

2 Impasse Saint-Eustache, 75001 Paris

Saint-Eustache Church

What do Scaramouche, the Italian commedia dell'arte actor, Vincent Voiture, the French poet and prose writer, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, the French statesman, Marivaux, the great writer, AND Jean-Philippe Rameau, the famous baroque composer, have in common? All these art lovers and theatre enthusiasts are buried in the church of Saint-Eustache, which stands proudly in the heart of Paris in the Halles district. Richelieu, Molière and Madame de Pompadour were all baptised here. Without a doubt the church impresses the visitor by the height of its nave which culminates at 33 meters higher than that of the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris which is only 29 meters. Standing proudly, the Saint-Eustache church It is one of the most visited churches of Paris. Tourists, Parisians, French, and all who love monuments, history, and art, come to admire the many masterpieces it contains such as Simon Vouet's Martyrdom of Saint-Eustache, the stained glass windows in the choir, Colbert's tomb, the monumental work bench, the superb pulpit, the stained glass window in the Calvary chapel, and that of the Virgin. Still continuing today as a place of worship, the church is the venue for numerous classical music concerts of which we are excited to introduce you to!

Fast facts
Capacity: 1000
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Air conditioning: No
Heating: No


How do I get to the Saint-Eustache church?

The Saint-Eustache Church is accessible by:
Metro lines: You can take line 4 to Les Halles or the RER A, B, and D to Châtelet Les Halles.
Bus lines: You can take the bus to the Coquilière Les Halles stop served by line 67, the Etienne Marcel - Montmarte stop served by line 29, or the Louvre - Etienne Marcel stop served by lines 48, 74, and 85.
Our customer service can be reached in case of difficulty from 10 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday. For more information, please consult the map above.

What do I do when I get to the Saint-Eustache church?

We invite you to arrive around 15 minutes before the showtime marked on your ticket. An English-speaking staff member will guide you to your seats. Please note that the church doors will be closed 5 minutes before the start of the concert and late arrivals cannot be guaranteed entry.

How long do the Hélios Orchestra concerts last?

Depending on the programme of the date chosen, the Hélios Orchestra concerts last between 1 hour and 1 hour and 30 minutes without intermission.