Cathedral | XVII-XX | Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque | Catholic Church
The Wuppertaler Kurrende, a famous German boys' choir, will be touring France and Luxembourg from 30 September to 7 October, performing their repertoire of sacred choral music ranging from Baroque to Modern. The choir is made up of around 40 male and female voices aged 9 and over. On 30 September, at 7 p.m. a concert will be held at the Cathédrale Notre-Dame in Luxembourg. Under the musical direction of Lukas Baumann, works by renowned composers such as Heinrich Schütz, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Knut Nystedt will be heard. The talented organist Jens-Peter Enk will be playing interludes on the church's historic organ. Admission to this concert is free.