St Julien Le Pauvre with its East/West Legacy is an ideal oasis to reflect and meditate and just the perfect setting to enjoy piano concerts by talented international pianists from Chopin to Beethoven, Debussy....Weekly Programmes are posted all over Paris and particularly in the 5th arrondissement.
A must on your next visit to Paris.
Not sure how often Miho performs at St. Julienne but follow the many advertisements posted all around the city. A unique experience we shall never forget. On a chilly night the church was heated and very comfortable. Miho was happy to sign autographs and pose for photos after the very moving performance. Rhapsody In Blue a real highlight.
We found the place to be a quiet place in which to reflect on all we have seen and done. Not overly ornate but simple and peaceful. They have small concerts there and we happened to see there was a piano concert that night. We returned and were well rewarded with some beautiful Chopin. Put it on your list.
This is one of the oldest churches in Paris, right across the Seine from Notre Dame. It is now a venue for chamber music and is a must-see place. The atmosphere is haunting. We heard Nocturnes by Chopin and arias on the two occasions we went.
My boyfriend and I were walking aroubd Paris when we saw a poster for a concert in this little church.
The concert was a Piano Recital of Beethovan and Chopin...abd what luck! The concert was the very next day.
We paid roughly €20 each for tickets but if you choose to sit at the sides for €18 you can move...
Have gone to recitals several times in this atmospheric, ancient little church. The pianist Miho Nitta gave a superb performance of works by Chopin and Gershwin. Her interpretation, scope and tone were extremely good, with her own composition, a blend of both composers,an ear opener! Very impressed by her. Across the street there is a bistro with a lady pianist,...