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- Subscriptions (3+ and 6+) from 1pm on Saturday 16 March
- Under 28 Youth Subscription from 12pm on Monday 25 March
- Individual tickets, adults activities and family concerts from 12pm on Monday 6 May
- Activities for Families and children (in cycles) from 12pm on Monday 27 May
- Activities for Families and children (in single sessions) from 12pm on Monday 24 June
A long-time partner and collaborator, the Orchestre de Paris is now an integral part of the Philharmonie de Paris, playing a central role in an artistic project that it both drives and nourishes.
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Mehta • Mariinsky/Gergiev • West-Eastern Divan Orchestra/Barenboim • Staatskapelle Berlin/Barenboim • London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle/Roth • Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Fischer/Chung • Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Muti...
The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, an excellent occasion to re-immerse ourselves in a body of work as protean as it is Promethean.
Celebrating the juxtaposition of music and image, the Philharmonie presents screenings of cinema classics with live musical accompaniment and experimental audiovisual projects.
Charlie Chaplin • Danny Elfman/Tim Burton • Dracula • Jaws …
A series of concerts and shows on the multiple facets of the African continent in dialogue with the West.
Rokia Traoré • Robyn Orlin • Angélique Kidjo
Complete Beethoven piano sonatas • West-Easter Divan Orchestra • Complete Brahms symphonies with the Staatskapelle Berlin
The Qatsi trilogy by Philip Glass and Godfrey Reggio explores the threat to life on earth in an enchanting musical and cinematographic ballet.
Founded in 1979 by William Christie, Les Arts Florissants celebrate 40 years as a leader in reinventing the performance of baroque music, with a momentous anniversary programme.
A selection of the vertiginous oeuvre of the pioneer of musique concrète, from his Messe pour le temps présent to La Dixième Symphonie derived from Beethoven’s monumental corpus.
The great Russian conductor at the head of three prestigious ensembles.
Orchestre de Paris • Mariinsky Orchestra • Münchner Philharmoniker
The American trumpet player and composer alongside the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Orchestre de Paris, for three exceptional concerts.
A programme characterised by a certain vision of modernity, featuring three concerts by Max Richter, screenings of the work of Yulia Mahr, and numerous guests.
Catherine Ringer celebrates the Rita Mitsouko with a ‘carte blanche’ for the weekend.
A vibrant premiere in the form of a concert-performance with the Phuphuma Love Minus, a spectacular group of singers-dancers from Johannesburg.
POSTPONED TO JULY 2021
A one-of-a-kind pop festival that combines original creations, novel projects, big names and new talents.
4-13 SEPTEMBER, 2020
The event to kickoff the new season covers the entire jazz palette, crossing genre lines to offer a living panorama of this ever-evolving brand of music.
With Eric Legnini, Baptiste Trotignon, Bojan Z & Pierre de Bethmann, Roberto Fonseca, Fatoumata Diawara, Michel Portal, GoGo...
9 - 19 JANUARY 2020
The sixteen Beethoven quartets performed over the course of this edition are juxtaposed with quartets by his predecessors and composers who have continued exploring the genre to the present day.
Conceived as mini-festivals, these weekends are built around a theme, a genre, a musician, an instrument or a geographical zone. Concerts, conferences, shows or workshops to share as a family and there is even a musical childcare centre, allowing you to compose your very own program in perfect liberty.
This exhibition is an invitation to rediscover the work of the master of silent film from a musical vantage point, shining the spotlight on the close relation to dance, rhythm and the illusion of speech and sound, all rigorously “orchestrated” in each of Chapin’s works.
Designed as a musical and visual installation, this exhibition explores the universe of Pierre & Gilles through an assembly of more than a hundred of their photo-paintings, along with a host of objects and video documents.
SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 TO JANUARY 3, 2021
From his earliest scenes of gypsy life, flute players in the 1970s and harlequin musicians to his bacchanal canvases, this exhibition explores the musical dimension running throughout Picasso’s work.
You wish to awaken the interest of your children, grandchildren, nephews, nieces in music… to give them the opportunity to discover concerts, activities and exhibitions which are rich, varied and suitable for their age-group? You’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the whole family.
FROM TUESDAY TO SUNDAY
The museum’s permanent collection presents 1000 exhibits (instruments, paintings, sculptures...) in a context illustrating their social and aesthetic context. With a wide variety of activities, it also actively contributes to the everyday goings-on at the Philharmonie.
Listen, watch, learn, discover and practice music in every form.
The Cité de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris aims at offering spaces where the greatest ensembles play alongside young musicians and children just starting out in music.
Visit the dedicated website of Démos, a cultural democratization project launched and coordinated by the Cité de la musique – Philharmonie de Paris.
The video streaming platform Philharmonie Live offers 60 new concerts every year and a collection of archives, available for free. Enjoy our collection of classical music, jazz, pop-rock and world music on your computer, tablet and smartphone.
Orchestre de Paris © Marco Borggreve
Orchestres internationaux - Berliner Philharmoniker © Ava du Parc
Beethoven © Bridgeman Images
Afrique © Cristina de Middel / Magnum photos
Musique et image - Dracula © TM & Universal Pictures
Daniel Barenboim © Monika Rittershaus
La trilogie Qatsi © Walt Disney Pictures/Everett Collection/Bridgeman Images
Les Arts Florissants © Oscar Ortega
Pierre Henry © Thierry Martinot/Lebrecht Music & Arts Photo Library/Rue des Artistes
Valery Gergiev © Julien Mignot
Wynton Marsalis © DR
Max Richter © Mike Terry
Les Rita Mitsouko © Youri Lenquette
Robin Orlyn © Jérôme Séron
Days Off © Avatam studio
Jazz à la Villette © DR
Biennale de Quatuors à cordes © R. Guneriussen, courtesy Galerie Olivier Waltman
Charlie Chaplin - Le Kid © From the archives of Roy Export Co Ltd
Pierre et Gilles - For Ever 2014 [Stromae] © Pierre et Gilles, 2019
Les musiciens de Picasso - La Flûte de Pan, Cap D’Antibes, Été 1923, Huile Sur Toile, 205 × 174,5 Cm, Musée National Picasso-Paris © Succession Picasso 2019
Orchestre de Paris © Marco Borggreve