Orchestre philharmonique Royal de Liège

    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège

    The music-based event

    Liège Philharmonic Hall is a major witness to 19th-century architecture. It was built by the architects Louis Boonen and Laurent Demany, and inaugurated on 30 April 1887 with the Eugène Ysaÿe contest.

    The auditorium was built in Italian style, richly decorated with gilding and red velours.

    Pick up the conductor’s baton to organise your event in an exceptional cultural location, where several big names in classical music have demonstrated their art.

    • Capacity :
      • 2 rooms
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    Directions to :
    25-27 Boulevard Piercot
    4000
    Liège
    GPS coordinates
    Latitude : 50.63542
    Longitude : 5.5701

    Salle philarmonique

    • Size :
      • Height of hall (in m) 25
    • Room equipment :
      • Beamer
      • Flip-chart
      • Microphone

    Foyer Eugène Ysaÿe

    • Size :
      • Height of hall (in m) 10
    • Room equipment :
      • Wi-Fi connection
      • Day light
      • Beamer
      • Microphone
      • Overhead projector
      • TV set
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    Orchestre philharmonique Royal de Liège
    25-27 Boulevard Piercot
    4000
    Liège
    • Languages spoken :
      • French