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I had the first balcony on the first floor place 222, I had a beautiful view of the scene, really very good, with just a rank of people in front of me. But you have an iron bar on the first balcony, so the first...More
A marvelous setting for an exceptional musician. It was and will be a night to remember the rest of my life. The sound is perfect and the crowd... great Parisiene who love great French timeless music. Thank you France for giving the rest MICHEL LEGRAND!
This hall is unique. The whole etablissement is unique in its conception! Named after the famous piano-maker and composer Ignaz Pleyel, with the store in front of the hall and the lovely bar at Royal Monceau - it was so nice to walk a short...More
The great Salle Pleyel has fallen victim to French Politics in being denied any more orchestral concerts now that the new Philharmonie has opened. A sure sign that those in control are afraid that the location of the new venue could mean it becoming somewhat...More
We saw the Paris Orchestra here with guest soloist Maxim Vengerov. Great venue, rather intimate. Nice being at a concert broadcast live on Radio Classique which is our regular classical station. Easy purchase, easy to get to, and nice small auditorium. Good experience all-around.
Salle Pleyel is one of those places in Paris that you might miss unless you are an avid concert goer. The best orchestras and performers from around the world can be seen and heard here for a modest price. Buy your tickets from classictic.com on-line,...More
The Salle Pleyel was built in the 1920's and was more famous for bad acoustics than for it's roster of famous musicians. However all this was changed a few years ago when the hall was almost completely redesigned and the world renowned Artec Company were...More