Ste Chapelle church is one of the most beautiful churches in Paris. A best venue for classical events. Vivaldi The Four Seasons concert, Pachabel and Bach works are played here in such an exceptional place. The chapel contains the nicest stained glass windows you probably have never seen. The Sainte- Chapelle is a small church near Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral! The Sainte-Chapelle concerts program September, October to December 2014 and concerts in 2015.
Where is the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris? At a walking distance, near Notre-Dame Cathedral on the Ile de la Cite, center of Paris.
The construction of the church was commissioned by Saint-Louis King of France to keep the Holy Crown of Jesus Christ and a fragment of True Cross and other relics. Now preserved in Notre-Dame Cathedral. Visit the Treasury of Notre-Dame. The Chapel was built in the XIII Century and the architecture is Gothic. The Sainte Chapelle is classified National monument.
There are two major rooms, the lower chapel is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and the columns mainly support the upper Chapel. Where you find the statue of Saint Louis.
The upper chapel is breathtakingly beautiful with a very high blue ceiling and huge stained glass windows.
They are represented the Books of genesis, Exodus, Numbers, Joshua, Judges, Isaiah, John the Apostle, the Childhood of Christ, The Passion, life of John the Baptist, the Book of Daniel, of Ezekiel, of Jeremiah, Tobit, book of Judith, Job, Book of Esther, Book of Kings. The rose stained glass shows the Revelation.
The church where you find over 100 classical events. Most famous classical concerts of the Sainte-Chapelle is Vivaldi's Four Seasons.There are other wonderful music performances. The church is a must-see tourist attraction with evening concerts and week-end concerts.La Sainte Chapelle concerts in September Vivaldi's Four Seasons at La Sainte Chapelle. A Little Night Music, La Sainte Chapelle. Bach Goldberg Variations at La Sainte Chapelle. Goldoni Quartet at La Sainte Chapelle. Bach Goldberg Variations at La Sainte Chapelle.
Address: 4 Boulevard du Palais, 1st arrondissement (entrance through the Palais de Justice). Metro stop: Cite.
The Sainte-Chapelle is opened every day between 9:30 and 5 pm (opening hours vary with tourist season) except January 1, May 1 and December 25, the Chapel is closed. Evening: between May 15 and September 15, every Wednesdays, the chapel is still opened until 9 pm.