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Paris
Salle Pleyel
Pleyel it one more time

Commissioned by the makers of Pleyel pianos in 1927, this 3,000-seat concert hall has played host to more than 20,000 performances during its existence. It’s a beloved institution of classical music in the city—works by Wagner, Debussy and Ravel inaugurated Salle Pleyel—that is the go-to location for listening to the likes of Stravinsky and Ravi Shankar to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under conductor Sir Simon Rattle within an Art Deco structure.

Its current incarnation sees ownership swap hands to the Cité de la Musique family; it is also the home for the renowned Paris Orchestra and the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra.

Salle Pleyel
  • Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 252
  • 75008 Paris
  • M2 at Ternes; M1 M6 at Charles de Gaule-Etoile

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