Choir sings in Notre-Dame for first time since 2019 fire

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A choir, wearing hard hats, performed inside Notre-Dame Cathedral for Christmas 2020

In December 2020, a choir – wearing hard hats – performed inside Notre-Dame Cathedral to celebrate the Christmas holiday. It was the first time a choir has performed in the cathedral since Notre-Dame was damaged in fire in April 2019.

President of Notre-Dame de Paris, Michel Picaud, appeared on CBS News to speak with Roxana Saberi about the rebuilding efforts and the progress made, thanks to generous contributions from donors like you!

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Since the new year, work on Notre-Dame de Paris is steadily progressing as we continue securing the structure of Notre-Dame Cathedral. We anticipate this work will be finished in summer 2021. Now that the scaffolding has been removed, the cathedral will be placed under a temporary umbrella-like structure above the crossing of the transept, nave, and choir to protect its interior from water damage. Installing this protective structure was finished in February.

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