Cathedral | XVII-XX | Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque | Roman Catholic Church
Are you a music lover? Do you like to spend your lunch break in a different way, listening to classical or experimental music in a church? In combination with the liturgical readings of the day, the little noon concerts offer you a little break during the day. Every wednesday from 12.30 to 13.00.
21.7.: Paul Breisch, organiste titulaire, mam Ensemble CLARASIUS (Michel Berns, Guy Conter, Patrick Haas, Trompetten).
28.7.: Andreas Illgner, Gei.
4.8.: Saxophon-Quartett RedSax.
11.8.: Stefanie Duprel, Uergel, a Véronique Bernar, Clarinette.
Why is the church called Notre Dame and why is it a cathedral? What is the Octave? And why are there two organs and three rood screens, St Nicholas above the portal and Melusina in a window? There is a lot to discover in this church. During the summer holidays, the Lëtzebuerg Notre-Dame parish invites you to a guided tour every Saturday at 11.30 a.m. (directly after the organ performance). A cathedral guide will welcome you at the entrance of Notre-Dame Street. Because of COVID19, the group will be limited to 10 persons. The language of the visit will be decided spontaneously according to the needs of those interested. Meeting point: main entrance on Notre-Dame Street.without reservation