The Seine Musicale  The Seine Musicale

The Seine Musicale

Opened in the spring of 2017 in Boulogne-Billancourt, to the west of Paris, the Seine Musicale complex will delight music lovers, theater enthusiasts, and concert-goers alike. Nestled at the tip of Seguin Island, which once housed a long-abandoned Renault factory, it brings together concert halls, exhibition spaces, and leisure areas, as well as shops and restaurants dedicated to art and culture. With an international outlook, Seine Musicale aims to embrace all genres of music from baroque to rock. Music enthusiasts are in for a treat!

The complex revolves around two main spaces. The Auditorium, which gives the complex its distinctive architectural identity, can accommodate up to 1,500 people and offers a program primarily focused on classical music. Its wooden hull adorned with 1,000 square meters of photovoltaic solar panels appears to float upon the river. This performance hall pays a magnificent homage to the island's industrial history. On the other hand, La Grande Seine boasts a maximum capacity of 6,000 seats. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, it possesses exceptional adaptability, making it suitable for a wide range of cultural events. Get your tickets now!

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The famous Rock Opera is back in Paris! La Seine Musicale welcomes the new version of Starmania, featuring the greatest hits.

Starting from November 08th, 2022


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Customer Reviews

4.7/523,500 reviews

April 17th 2024

Trés bien.
Le Palace c'est magnifique.
Il manque le audio guide.

Ella K.
April 16th 2024

The Opera Garnier is magnificent!
We suggest to get an audio guide at the place.

Laurie D.
Dinner with a view
April 15th 2024
Dinner on the Seine was a great way to have a good dinner (attentive service and excellent food) along with views of many of the important historical sites along the river. We paid extra to have a window table and did get one as promised, but it was close to a bulkhead that restricted our forward view. The entertainment was first class (piano and violin) without being too interruptive.

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