PHILHARMONIC ROOM OF LIEGE
Boulevard Piercot 25
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Founded in 1960, the ORCHESTRE PHILHARMONIQUE DE LIEGE (Liège Philharmonic Orchestra) is the leading symphony orchestra of the French-speaking Community in Belgium.
The OPL is one of the major musical institutions of French-speaking Belgium and serves as the community's cultural ambassador in large European cities.
The Salle Philharmonique at Liège (formerly the Salle du Conservatoire) is a major example of 19th century architecture, it was built by the architects Louis Boonen and Laurent Demany, and was opened by Eugène Ysaÿe on 30 April 1887. The Salle Philharmonique has a capacity of 1,162 seated places, divided between the stalls, a balcony, three rows of boxes and a 240 seat hall.
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Tourist information on the town LIEGE
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- Museum of the Stavelot-Malmedy Principality
- The Liege Print and Drawings Museum
- Plopsa Coo - The Theme Park in the Belgian Ardennes
- Nature Centre of Botrange
- Mulum Museum - The Liege Light Museum