Philharmonic room of Liege
The philharmonic Salle of the royal Conservatoire of Liege is a major witness of the architecture of the 19th century with Liege.
It is in particular the main home of the Philharmonic orchestra of Liege.
It was built by the architects Louis Boonen and Laurent Demany and was inaugurated in 1887 after more than fifty years of complaints near the authorities. Conceived in an eclectic style of inspiration Rebirth, its frontage is stretched over a width of 46 m and is articulated symmetrically around a projecting central fore-part.
Restored 1998 with 2000, the room comprises 1162 sitted places. Ten fabrics of the painter Emile-Edouard Berchmans decorate the cupola on the topic Apollon and the nine Muses . Particularly vast, the scene is decorated murals of Edgar Scauflaire (1954), in the form of allegories of the type-setters inhabitant of Li2ege André Grétry and César Franck.
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