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Tickets for concert at Saint Chapelle

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I have read several threads on this subject but need some help...

Looking for the concert "The four seasons by Vivaldi" on October 22, 2012 at Saint Chapelle.

One reader suggested purchasing the tickets here http://www.ampconcerts.com. When I navigate to this site I only see the 10/23 concert for Vivaldi at Madeleine. It doesn't show the 10/22 at Saint Chapelle.

When I go to this site it shows a Vivaldi concert for the one I want (10/22 @ Saint Chapelle).

http://www.classictic.com/en/sainte_chapelle__vivaldi_s_four_seasons/16075/128568/

Not sure why the one on ampconcerts doesn't show up? Anyone? I was told that purchasing through ampconcerts was less expensive but I just don't know.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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