Wolfgang Doerner, conductor
David Grimal, violin
Concerto pour violon
Tristan et Isolde (Prélude et Mort d'Isolde)
Philharmonie de Paris : A major music complex
The Philharmonie de Paris, inaugurated on January 2015, sets the tone in providing a space where artistic excellence offers itself to all. Discover a music repertoire ranging from the most classical to the most contemporary: classical, dance, jazz, world music and new music. A true hub, the Philharmonie de Paris creates new links and inspires the music world.
4 reasons to attend a concert or a performance at the Philharmonie de Paris during your trip:
• Enjoy an unprecedented musical experience: alone or as a couple, with family or among friends, attend a classical music, dance, jazz, world music or new music concert or performance.
• Stroll through the Parc de la Villette and explore the complex’s stunning architecture.
• Thrill to the music in one of three concert halls, including the 2,400-seat Grande Salle with its balconies that float around the central stage. It’s one of the architectural and acoustic achievements of this new institution.
• Revel in the greatest musical repertoires at accessible prices.
More than a concert hall, the Philharmonie de Paris is a true “living space” devoted to music.