Concert Hall: Seating for 1,704 people
The vineyard or surround Concert Hall forms the core of the building. It has two levels, the stalls and the balcony. Seating plans can be found here: stalls, balcony and perspective plan.
The design of the building grows from outside in and is at its boldest in the architectural and acoustic surfaces of the Concert Hall. The surfaces create a nestlike shell hollowed out of wood. The opening between the halves of the shell gives a view from the concert hall to the lobby and from the lobby to the concert hall, the centre of action.
The stalls comprise 17 sections with seating for 1,226 people. The raked balcony has 11 sections with seating for 478 people. The stalls surround the stage and can accommodate 28 wheelchairs. The acoustics in the Concert Hall are designed for acoustic music. The Concert Hall is surrounded by a foyer of its own.
- The acoustics in the Concert Hall are designed for acoustic music.
- The stage area of 283 square metres has a fixed forestage and 20 separate pit lifts in a semi-circle behind it.
- Lifting system for microphones above the stage.
Control room with a digital mixer and a lighting control panel.
- A dropdown screen and a presentation system
- Performance lighting dimmer channels available.
- Fixed sound amplification system.
- Announcer's booth is in visual contact with the stage and the stalls
- Dressing rooms for about 100 people, also for visiting artists and groups
Hearing loop system and spaces for wheelchairs.
- In the future, the hall will house an organ.
Getting to the Concert Hall
There are six entrances to the stalls on the third floor and six entrances to the balcony on the fourth floor, all marked with a number. The appropriate entrance is specified on your ticket.
See directions and map here