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19 and 20 September 2020Passed
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All concerts are free admission, trays. Places are limited – Come 15 minutes before time. Please bring and wear your mask in the church and respect the signage. Attention, the toilets will be closed to the public.
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September 2020
Saturday 19
11:30 - 17:30
Sunday 20
11:30 - 16:00
Accessible to the motor impaired

Église Sainte-Aurélie

15 rue Martin Bucer, 67000 Strasbourg
  • Bas-Rhin
  • Grand Est

Guided tour of the church and presentation of the Silbermann organ

Free and commented visit of the church of Sainte-Aurélie
19 and 20 September 2020Passed
Conditions
All concerts are free admission, trays. Places are limited – Come 15 minutes before time. Please bring and wear your mask in the church and respect the signage. Attention, the toilets will be closed to the public.
Registration
Nathalie Leroy-Mandart

The church will open at 11:30 am with a presentation of the Organ and a small recital. Due to the current health conditions, the climb to the gallery will be in small groups. The welcome to the visit of the church will be continuous until one hour before the time of the concerts that close the days.
The church is open to visits without reservation.
The church of Sainte-Aurélie is also known and appreciated for its excellent acoustics. The OSA (Sainte-Aurélie Organ) organizes and hosts music throughout the year in the Sainte-Aurélie site and thus during the Heritage Days:

  • Saturday 19, first concert at 17:00
    with Pensieri Musicali - Yan Ma, Violin; Iris Guémy, Cello; Gaspard Afsa, Harpsichord - Programme: Italian Baroque sonatas, around Corelli and Tartini.
  • Second concert at 8 pm with Firmin Martens, piano - Programme: Goldberg Variations by J-S.Bach.
  • Sunday 20, closing concert of the days at 5 pm with "Le Souffle d'Aédé" - Séverine Wiot, soprano, Nicolas Aubin, harpsichord, Frédéric Balmès, baroque traverso, Eolia Cypriani, cello.
    Programme: “Si dolce e tormento”, profane French and Italian airs.
    http://sainte-aurelie.fr
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About the location

Église Sainte-Aurélie
15 rue Martin Bucer, 67000 Strasbourg
  • Bas-Rhin
  • Grand Est
The Church Sainte-Aurélie was rebuilt in 1765 in a baroque style and elements of classicism. The furniture of the old(former) church found its place there: the altar (1669), the pulpit (1670) and the organ Andreas Silbermann of 1718\. In the Romance tower of the XIIth century was topped up a belfry in the XIVth century. He(It) shelters three bells among which one of 1410\. The clock of Jean-Baptiste Schwilgué is still in office. The church of type hall(market) has feature that the assembly is sitting down in the shape of U around the altar and the flesh - an arrangement(disposal) marked by the churches of Reform. The renovation of the inside from 2012 till 2015 revamped the polychromy(process printing) of the XVIIIth century and allowed the return(restoration) of the organ in its state of the beginning of the XVIIIth century.
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Édifice religieux, Lieu de spectacles, sports et loisirs, Monument historique
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