Philharmonie De Paris, Paris
Philharmonie De Paris, Paris - Address, Phone Number
Address: 221, avenue Jean-Jaures, 75019 Paris
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
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About Philharmonie De Paris, Paris
Heaven for music lovers! As you step inside this cultural institution you will find that each and every inch of the space is dedicated to music. The institute has sections for exhibitions, rehearsal rooms, educational rooms, restaurants and bars. The highlighted feature of the institute is the concert hall, tucked right at the core. The capacity of the hall is about 2,400 seats. It opened its door in January, 2015. Since then, it has been hosting numerous concerts. If possible try to catch a concert at this lovely hall.
Philharmonie De Paris Ticket Prices
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How To reach Philharmonie De Paris by Public Transport
- By metro: line 5, station - Porte de Pantin station
- By tram: T3b and station – Porte de Pantin station
- By bus: line 75 – Pont Neuf-Porte de Pantin
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The building is very cool. But the elevator...eh, broken again and again. One star less for that.
The audioguide offers opportunities to listen to what the instruments actually sound like. This gives the visitors a unique immersion experience.
Historic concert hall hosting some of the most exciting programming in Paris with Ensemble Intercontemporain. Amazing players and beautiful hall with a clear, warm sound.
We visited this museum because we had seen enough paintings and didn't feel that our brains could take any more. It was a great alternative. The museum was surprisingly huge, spread over five floors, with an amazing inventory of historical instruments. The video panels next to each section provides a good introduction to the section. The free audio guide allows you to listen to how each of the instruments sound. Frequent live demonstrations of a select instrument are held throughout the day. The venue is easy to get to, away from the tourist crowds. We did encounter some school groups and retirement groups, but we were still able to experience the museum in a calm, relaxed and peaceful environment. Definitely worth a visit.
Very impressive collection of musical instruments spanning from the initial horns to bleeding edge electric synthesisers. The musical excerpts are well chosen and make for a very instructive afternoon of listening!