• Salle Gaveau, Credit: kenobi75/Wikimedia Commons

Salle Gaveau

Paris, France

The Salle Gaveau was built in 1906/1907 and was immediately one of the most prestigious concert halls of Paris. Its focus lies on piano and chamber music concerts. The First World War did not interrupt the artistic activity at the Salle Gaveau - the hall hosted charity galas for soldiers and war victims. In 1963 the Salle Gaveau faced financial collapse and it wasn't until 1975 that it was acquired and revived by two musicians, Chantal and Jean-Marie Fournier. The Salle Gaveau has hosted some of the most prestigious international musicians such as Montserrat Caballé, Jessye Norman, Yehudi Menuhin, Mstislav Rostropovitch and Martha Argerich.

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Address

Salle Gaveau
45, rue La Boétie
75008 Paris
France
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Transport

Metro
Station Miromesnil (Lines 9 and 13)

Bus
Bus RATP/Noctilien (2, 83, 93, N02) - La Boétie-Percier stop

Velib
Boulevard de courcelles / Rue Saint Honoré

Parking
164 Boulevard Haussmann 75008 Paris
158 Boulevard Haussmann 75008 Paris

Seating Information

Main Hall, 1200 Seats

Facilities

Elevator: Yes
Handicap toilet: Yes