When the designer of the original Salle Pleyel heard how bad its acoustics were, the story goes that he committed suicide. Since then the hall has been extensively remodeled at least 3 times, with a view of improving the acoustics. This was successful, but only up to a point. They are now acceptable, sort of. But definitely not as good as the Théâtre des Champs Elysées or the fantastic Palais Garnier (the original Opéra de Paris). If you must go to a concert there, because the artist roster is first rate, then go. But go despite the hall's acoustics, not because of them.
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