Located in the historic district of Les Halles, Saint-Eustache is one of the most visited churches in Paris. It is particularly distinguished by its dimensions, the great richness of the works of art it houses, and its great organ. Faithful to its musical tradition, the Church welcomes all year-round Philharmonic formations, choirs and prestigious festivals.
Parishioners and visitors of all nationalities flock to Saint Eustache each year in the thousands. Its reputation is as much due to the splendour of his architecture as to its musical tradition.
Many memories are attached to it over the centuries: Lully married there in 1662, on the eve of his death, Rameau bade farewell to the organ; Mozart Attended his mother’s funeral; 950 performers interpreted the first hearing of the Te Deum of Berlioz In 1855. Today, the mass of St. Cecilia attracts a faithful audience every autumn.
Monday to Friday from 0900-1900
Saturday from 1000-1915
Sunday from 0900-1915
Monday to Friday, 1230-1800
Saturday : 1800 – Early mass, with choir organ and liturgical animator
0930 – Messe Chapelle de la Virgen
1100 – Mass with large organ, choir organ
And the singers of Saint-Eustache
1800 – Mass with large organ, choir organ and liturgical animator
Organ Concerts: Sundays at 1700