Manager: Marie Chevrier
Telephone: 06 95 01 74 00
24 rue Saint-Roch 75001 Paris
WHY LUX AMORIS SCHOOL?
Technical training: music theory, singing, choir conducting, organ, harmony and writing.
Sacred music training: Gregorian, liturgical Latin, culture et musical aesthetics, history of the liturgy, access to and practice of a varied repertoire.
Developing a sense of liturgical service: consistent with the spirit of the school, students will be asked to put their technical skills at the service of various offices during the year._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
FOR WHO ?
- Framework compatible with an active life.
- Any age, any religious denomination.
- Adherence to a Christian spirit and a sense of commitment (attendance at classes, regular work and service of offices).
In the premises of the Parish of Saint-Roch, at 24 rue Saint-Roch in Paris.
Organization by semesters: October-February and February-May. (Examination and audition at the end of the semester).
Theorical class: 1 hour per week
Group lessons: 1 to 2 hours per week (early evening)
Individual lessons: 1 hour every week (early evening)
1 practical lesson (group or individual) + Sunday Lux
1 theory lesson + Sunday Lux
2 theory lessons + Sunday Lux
Coherence of the curriculum: students are invited to support the study of a particular discipline by studying a complementary discipline. For example, the study of Gregorian chant will be enriched by courses in liturgical latin .
One Sunday a month, the students of the school provide the musical service of the 8 p.m. mass in Saint Roch. This is the culmination of the courses but also of the school because it is the moment when technique and Faith come together to serve God.
It will also be offered to school students to sing Vespers and/or Compline before a dinner with the teachers.
The aim is to allow the pupils of the school, all classes combined, to sing in polyphony, a more sought-after repertoire than that offered during the school masses. This not only allows you to discover beautiful songs but also a better progression in choir.
The school choir will rehearse once a month, in the afternoon, on Lux Sundays. He will also perform at concerts, weddings or spiritual vigils.
Participation in the school choir is on a voluntary basis. However, students commit for the entire semester.
The Lux Amoris school is an association under the 1901 law that does not benefit from public subsidies. The course fees allow us to pay the right price for qualified and experienced teachers.
If it is really complicated for you in terms of financing, contact us, we will find a solution.