Mytic Salle Pleyel

In 1927, the Pleyel piano manufacturer, already more than a hundred years old, confirmed its glory by investing in the construction of a new hall that was entirely devoted to concert music.

With respect to the requirements of the Monuments Historiques, the façade, the hall and its rotunda have recovered their quasi original Art Deco elegance. The hall, notably, has regained its majesty along with its light shaft. The rotunda is once again open to the old exhibition rooms that were converted into dance studios in the 1960’s. These latter, transformed into a vast foyer at the back of the orchestra rows and giving on to the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, provide a complementary reception area of more than 600 square metres, to which two private spaces are added.

There is also Café Salle Pleyel open for lunch Monday through Friday and for pre-concert dinners.

Salle Pleyel, 252, Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, 75008 Paris, tel 01 42 56 13 13

 

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