... and once more, Fête de la Musique

Not quite every year, but I have already reported on the “Fête de la Musique” a number of times, see here, here, here and here (and even here on my previous blog). So, I’m not going to repeat the history of this annual event when music is played in each corner, in each bar, on all the streets of the city. Here are again some photos, this time from the Marais and Les Halles districts.

Where I really spent some time was in a little chapel in the Marais, La Chapelle Sainte Marie, with pleasure listening to some Japanese performers - a group playing on bamboo flutes, a choir and a baritone singer accompanied on piano.  

Actually, the street where I live already offered a lot!


Mystica said...

I do so enjoy the links, the photos and the ambiance of Paris you bring out so well.

Shammickite said...

How lovely to have such an extensive music festival. I would love to be there and listen.

Anonymous said...

Your new post looks like a lot of fun, M. Peter.
Wish I was there. I can make music too.
Thank you so much!

I just heard the news about the European Union. Perfidy, thy name is Albion!

Anonymous said...

Oops! I forgot to sign my name.
I also wanted to say your photos are superb.
Thanks again.