The Philharmonie de Paris is an exceptional place housed in a sumptuous contemporary building designed by architect Jean Nouvel. Located in the Parc de la Villette, the Philharmonie de Paris is adjacent to the Cité de la Musique and offers many activities to discover music in all its forms. Music museum, exhibitions, conferences, workshops, eclectic program: the Philharmonie de Paris is for everyone!
Music lovers have an appointment at the Philharmonie de Paris!
The large concert hall of the Philharmonie is a technical feat: thanks to its innovative architecture enveloping the orchestra, it offers exceptional acoustics.
On the programming side, the Philharmonie offers an ambitious and varied program: classical music, symphony, jazz, pop rock, world music all played by orchestras and prestigious artists such as the Paris Orchestra.
As for activities, visit the Music Museum and discover its collection of 7,000 instruments and objects that will take you on a journey through the history of music from the 16th century to today.
The visits are also made in music thanks to sound paths retransmitted via audio guides which will allow you, in particular, to "hear" the instruments on display.
Temporary exhibitions at the Philharmonie de Paris:
- From September 8 to 9, 2021, come and discover a sumptuous Ravelian anthology led by Riccardo Chailly.
- From September 15 to 16, 2021, the expressiveness of the romantic lyre will resonate in Strauss's four Liedre as in Mahler's "Titan", all resonating with the spirit of the Lied. Unsuk Chin's Spira asserts itself as a luminous ode to sound.
- From September 22 to 24, 2021, The "Resurrection" symphony by the great Malérien Semyon Bychkov.
- From September 29 to 30, it is an imposing diptych that constitutes the reunion of Brahms' First Symphony, composed under the imposing gaze of Beethoven, and Dvorak's famous Cello Concerto.