Activities rates

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Adults

2017-2018 Season: Booking available.

If you wish to practise, visit, learn or interact, you can choose among the activities organised for young people and adults.

Adults activities

Families & Children

2017-2018 Season: Booking available.

Varied activities suited to all ages provide opportunities to discover, share and practise. 

Activities per session can be booked online and at the facility, or by telephone from Sunday, June 11th.

Cycles of activities can only be booked at the facility. 

Families & Children Activities

The new season is here

2017-2018 Season

The 2017/2018 Season at the Philharmonie de Paris will bring together great orchestras and international soloists, projects which will shed new light on music, and there will be jazz music, pop music and world music as well as three temporary exhibitions. Catch up with highlights here.

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Families & children

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.

Information & reservation

Online!

Purchase your tickets online through the calendar. Your personal online account allows you to print your tickets at home, manage your orders, modify your contact information and access personalised offers.

Your account

Box office

Tuesday to Friday: 12pm to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am to 6pm
Closed on Mondays

At the ticket counters, priority is given to ticket sales for concerts, shows and activities of the day.

By phone

+33 (0)1 44 84 44 84

Monday to Saturday: 11am to 7pm
And Sunday: 11am to 6pm

2017-2018 Season

The 2017/2018 Season at the Philharmonie de Paris will bring together great orchestras and international soloists, projects which will shed new light on music, and there will be jazz music, pop music and world music as well as three temporary exhibitions. Catch up with highlights here.