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Polish concert in aid of France’s Notre Dame Cathedral

09.09.2019 11:53
Polish musicians gave a concert at St. Madeleine’s Church in Paris on Sunday in aid of the reconstruction of France’s iconic Notre Dame Cathedral.
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The concert featured Mass in F major by 19th-century Polish composer Józef Michał Poniatowski.

The work was performed by the Beethoven Academy Orchestra, the Polish Radio Choir and the Górecki Chamber Choir, all of them based in Poland's southern city of Kraków.

The concert, which featured a group of Polish soloists, was organised by the Polish embassy in Paris as part of efforts to help rebuild the historic cathedral, which was ravaged by a fire in April.

The concert venue, St. Madeleine’s Church, was where a funeral mass for composer Fryderyk Chopin was held on October 30, 1849.