News from the Paris Choral Society

At the time of the COVID-19 outbreak in spring 2020, we had two more concerts in our 2019/ 2020 season: Dvorak’s  Stabat Mater at the American Cathedral, and our June concert at St. Eustache, where we were to sing Mendelssohn’s Symphony no.2 and Sven-David Sandstrom’s Te Deum.

Unfortunately due to the ongoing pandemic, we have regretfully had to postpone our 2020 season. After a year of silence and uncertainty, it is with great joy that the multinational members of the Paris Choral society welcome another season of concerts in 2021 – 2022, featuring some of the most beloved works in the classical repertoire.

With songs learned during our multiple periods of confinement, a heart-rending stabat Mater, and a joyful German choral symphony, our 2021-2022 season will bring pleasure to singers and audiences in equal abundance.

We invite you to join us under the soaring arches of the American cathedral (and, exceptionally, Saint-Eustache in June 2022) and share our passion for choral masterpieces, whether old or new, world-renowned or obscure, accompanied or a cappella… all will lift the spirit and fill the heart.

You can hear some of our virtual concerts here, in anticipation of getting to hear us again live very soon. For more information on our concerts this season, please visit our concert page here or read through our Season-at-a-glance brochure for 2021 – 2022



Please see our Auditions page for more information.

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