Philharmonie des enfants

“The Philharmonie des Enfants, or Children’s Philharmonic, stands as a unique sanctuary devoted to cultivating the passion of young music enthusiasts. Within its walls, children embark on an enchanting voyage of musical discovery, guided by an array of engaging and educational activities.

Crafted with the intention of nurturing an early love for music, the Philharmonie des Enfants unfolds a panorama of interactive exhibits, workshops, and performances, meticulously tailored to captivate the vivid imagination of young minds. This innovative approach provides children with the opportunity to delve into the diverse realms of music, spanning from classical masterpieces to contemporary compositions, all within an immersive and playful environment.

More than just a venue, the Philharmonie des Enfants stands as a dynamic platform where children actively listen, experiment, and participate in the enchanting realm of music. Whether attending meticulously curated concerts or exploring the museum’s treasury of musical instruments, each encounter is meticulously designed to kindle creativity and spark a lifelong passion for the art of sound.

Within this dedicated space, the Philharmonie des Enfants aspires to be a gateway for young individuals to forge a connection with the universal language of music, cultivating a profound appreciation for its beauty and diversity. Through this visionary initiative, the aspiration is to inspire the next generation of music enthusiasts and, perhaps, future maestros, leaving an enduring and harmonious imprint on their cultural journey.”

“Listen, observe, learn, discover, and engage with music in all its forms. Concerts, performances, museum exhibits, and activities for everyone.

The Paris Orchestra, at the core of the artistic vision of the Philharmonie de Paris, under the musical direction of Klaus Mäkelä, presents the public with the pinnacle of symphonic music, whether in the grandeur of the Pierre Boulez Hall or on tour.

A museum designed to immerse you in the world of music. Featuring over 8,000 instruments and art objects, it narrates the history of Western music from the 16th century to the present day, along with the diverse musical cultures from around the globe.”

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  • Saturday10:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday10:00 - 18:00
  • Monday10:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday10:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday10:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday10:00 - 18:00
  • Friday10:00 - 18:00
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