Links: Paris and France
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The Association of British Associations in France.
A Franco-British meeting place.
Life in Paris and the Ile de France, in English.
The official site of the British Embassy in Paris.
Links: English Church Music
If you enjoy listening to English church music, the following Web sites will be of interest. Some of the greatest choirs in the world now offer the possibility of listening online to live or recorded webcasts of services and concerts.
The BBC's national classical music programme, Radio 3, broadcasts Choral Evensong live each week from a different location. Broadcasts are live on Wednesdays at 16.00 UK time and repeated on Sundays also at 16.00, but you can listen to the broadcast at any time up to seven days after the repeat.
The choir of St Thomas' church on Fifth Avenue, NY, offers webcasts of services and concerts on this site.
This link will take you to the choir's main Website for detailed information about concerts and tours, and access to the weekly webcast. Click here for the Chapel Website which forms part of the College Website, for service lists.
This link will take you to the choir's Website which forms part of the College Website. Some audiovisual material is available.
Christ Church (Ædes Christi) is at once the choir of a college chapel and a cathedral, for the building serves as both. The main link will take you to the choir's Website, where some video content is available. Click here for the main College Website.
The ECC has some links with Salisbury. To begin with, Christopher Wells discovered English church music there, as a chorister under the direction of Sir David Willcocks who is Patron of the ECC. Our choir has sung there on occasion and recently visited during a training week for the children.
The RSCM supports church music throughout the world, to encourage singing, church music skills and their use in the liturgical context.