At the tip of Île Seguin, the Seine Musicale (Music Centre) is a key project for the Cultural Valley of Hauts-de-Seine (west of Paris).
This cultural venue is dedicated to very high quality musical performances. The centre hosts shows and also provides resources for practising and creating music.
Dedicated to current music, the hall, La Grande Seine, has 4,000 seats (up to 6,000 standing depending on the configuration) and has flexible resources that are unique in Europe.
The Auditorium, with a capacity of 1,150 seats, is dedicated to classical music and contemporary music events. Its exceptional acoustics mean no need for amplification. It hosts the Insula orchestra of Laurence Equilbey and the Maîtrise des Hauts-de-Seine, children's choir of the Opéra de Paris, created in 1985 by the Department.
This auditorium also allows to program jazz, world music, chamber operas in scenic or semi-scenic version, electronic music, artists' collectives and creative performances mixing music and video. All the precautions to ensure exceptional acoustics, entrusted to the cabinet Nagata and Jean-Paul Lamoureux.
Its design aims to create a sense of visual and acoustic intimacy shared between the public and the musicians.
Every day throughout the year between 11 am and 7 pm. Closed on Sunday.