Originally built in 1839, the Salle Pleyel has undergone many renovations, including one in 1927, but a fire soon destroyed the improvements made. After a 70 year repose, the Salle Pleyel was renovated, once again, in 2002, and has been open since 2006. The Salle Pleyel is currently home to the Orchestre de Paris and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. The hall has featured famous composers such as Casadesus, Stravinsky, and Gaubert playing music from Wagner, de Falla, Debussy, Dukas, and Ravel. Come and enjoy the works of classic composers, as well as the latest in classical music in Paris.
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