Salle des Concerts Herz
The Salle des Concerts Herz, usually referred to simply as the Salle Herz, was a former concert hall in Paris, located at 48, rue de la Victoire. It was built in 1842 by the Austrian virtuoso pianist Henri Herz and his brother Jacques Herz.
The hall was used for public performances. Hector Berlioz conducted the premières of two of his compositions there – the overture Le Carnaval romain on 3 February 1844 and L'enfance du Christ on 10 December 1854. Offenbach's 'tableau villageois' Le trésor à Mathurin was performed there 'in concert' on 7 May 1853, and Offenbach himself performed there as a cellist.
The Salle Herz was still being used to mount concerts by Jules Danbé in 1874 but was subsequently demolished.