Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège

A major landmark of 19th-century Liège architecture, the Salle Philharmonique was inaugurated in 1887 with the help of Eugène Ysaÿe, and has seen the greatest classical musicians of the era (Vincent d’Indy, Charles-Marie Widor, Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler). Since 1960, it has been home to theRoyal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège who gives most of his concerts there and has been managing the hall since 2000. It welcomes some 80,000 spectators a year (symphony concerts, recitals, chamber music, world music, organ, rentals).