• 11 June 2019

    Panel Discussion: Climate, Biodiversity, and People

    A moderated panel of French and American experts will discuss the challenges facing biodiversity and the changes that need to be made to ensure the continuity of our ecosystems.

  • 13 May 2019

    June 8th : Together with Notre Dame - A Public Solidarity Concert in Chicago

    On June 8th, St. John Cantius Church will host a free concert celebrating the spiritual and cultural significance of Notre-Dame de Paris. The program will feature a combined choir of over 100 voices from choruses around Chicago. Come hear the famed Messe Solennelle, Op. 16, by Louis Vierne accompanied by the historic Casavant Frères pipe organ and other French works composed in Paris at (...)

  • 12 May 2019

    Films on the Lake 2019

    June 21 - July 16
    Films on the Lake is back this summer in Chicago Parks ✨ We invite you to different parks across the city to explore Paris through the lens of famous filmmakers like Jean Renoir, Jean-Luc Godard, Agnès Varda, François Truffaut and to visit Quebec during an evening with the famous singer La Bolduc...
    Films on the Lake is a free outdoor French film festival produced annually in (...)

  • 7 May 2019

    The Thing About France : New Podcast by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy

    As part of the Cultural Services’ mission to facilitate exchange between the United States and France, The Thing About France podcast explores the relationships between French and American artists and institutions, and the long, complex cultural and political relationship between the two countries.


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    Notre Dame rebuilding efforts - Together with Notre Dame Public Solidarity Concert


    On Saturday, June 8th, the Consulate General of France in Chicago, in collaboration with St. John Cantius Church, hosted a musical moment of reflection for Notre Dame de Paris.

    The program featured a combined choir of over 100 voices and talented organists and conducts from all over Chicagoland. The repertoire included French works composed in Paris at Notre Dame.