WE ARE ON – WE ARE ON – WE ARE ON – WE ARE ON!!!!
Perhaps you’ve already sung Part 1 of Handel’s Messiah, as well as the famous “Hallelujah Chorus”, maybe you’ve only just dreamed of doing it… Well, your chance to sing, or to sing again, this wonderful work can become real each year on one Sunday in December at the American Cathedral in Paris, 23 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris.
This year the Sing-Along (the 27th edition!) WILL take place Sunday, December 12, at 3pm.
Pass sanitaire and masks are required for everyone participating.
Our soloists for this 27th edition are:
- Florie Valiquette
- Lucie Louvrier
- John Bernard
- René Ramos Premier
What is a “sing-along”?
You, the public (supported by the members of the Paris Choral Society seated amongst you), get to sing if you want. Maybe you already can sing the whole of the Messiah, or maybe you can sing only bits and pieces of it, or maybe none of it. Who cares? Your pleasure will come from participating. Or if you wish, simply listening. Why not? Just imagine the thrill of being among 400 singers!
For an idea of the fun that this can be, take a look at the spontaneous fun we had during our first Flashmob when hundreds of shoppers were enthralled as we spontaneously sang the “Hallelujah Chorus” on 16 November 2013, in a Parisian shopping center.
Each year, Zachary Ullery, the Musical Director of the PCS, and Director of Music of the American Cathedral, along with the Cathedral Organist, Andrew Dewar, lead professional soloists and you, the public, in the Cathedral for the mutual enjoyment of all.
While no reservation is required, it is highly recommended that you purchase tickets ahead of time to avoid a long line. That said, tickets can be purchased at the door the day of the performance.
Do join us for this always popular afternoon of music-making!
Participants may attend rehearsal on Monday December 06th 7.30pm – 10pm at The American Cathedral on presentation of their ticket for this event – please sign up here. Pass sanitaire and masks are required.
Please plan to bring your own score if you have one.