Paris Travel Planner   Classical Music in Paris, France
There's plenty of classical music in this city of composers, and much of it is yours for free.




Over a dozen Parisian churches regularly schedule free or inexpensive organ recitals and concerts, among them Notre Dame (Métro: Cité), St-Sulpice (Métro: St-Sulpice), and the American Church (Eglise Américaine, 65 Quai d'Orsay, Métro: Invalides).

Other concerts are held in numerous halls throughout the city.

The Orchestre de Paris plays in the Salle Pleyel, 262 Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré; Métro: Ternes).

Other venues include the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, 17 Avenue Montaigne; Métro: Alma Marceau); and the Théâtre Musical de Paris Châtelet (often called just Châtelet in the listings), 2 Place du Châtelet; Métro: Châtelet), at the northern end of the Pont au Change.

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Organ, St Sulpice, Paris, France

The organ at St-Sulpice-
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