Concerts & Recitals

ACP-sponsored concerts, recitals and guest choirs are shown on this page, and Atelier Series concerts are shown here.

ACP-hosted concerts and recitals are shown here.

 

Atelier Concerts

Sunday Concert Series - 17h00 - Free admission

Originating in Left Bank studios in 1895, The Atelier Concert Series became part of the cultural activities at the American Church in Paris during the early 1930s. These concerts provide a performance opportunity in Paris for talented musicians of all nationalities.

A different program is offered each Sunday evening at 17h00, September through November and January through June. There is no admission fee, but a free-will offering is taken at the door to support the series.

To receive detailed programs, updates and other announcements about this series, send a message to our Music Director and put “Atelier Mailing” in the subject line. All mailings are done in blind copy and for this purpose only.

Upcoming Concerts

Benefit Concert — A Latin American in Paris

Friday 26 May 20h00
Survier FLORES - violin; Laetitia FEDERICI - piano

The American Church in Paris and the Guatemalan Embassy in Paris are joining forces to support the association “A Latin American in Paris” which brings promising young violinists from Guatemala to Paris for study.

A gala concert will be given in the American Church sanctuary on Friday evening 26 May at 20h by Survier FLORES (violin) and Laetitia FEDERICI (piano).

The concert is free with a free-will offering taken to support this wonderful initiative. Come enjoy some brilliant music and help make the difference in the future of several gifted young musicians.

ACP Youth Music Concert – Life Is Good!

Saturday 3 June 19h

The ACP Youth Music Concert
This show features acting, singing, rapping, dancing, wonderful costumes and a message to remember based on John 16:33b "In this world you will have trouble. But take heart!  I have overcome the world."

Bible characters such as Jonah, Noah, Job, David and many others are brought to life in fun songs and dramatic sketches, and when the kids discover the real joy of the Lord, they finally agree that "Life is Good!"