The concert and conference hall is without doubt the perfect location for musical performances. Thanks to the unique shape of the hall, the sound resonates perfectly. The abscence of a permanent proscenium (front stage) prevents the loss of sound. Architect Ian Simpson teamed up with Kirkegaard Associates from Chicago for the perfect sound resonance. The adjustable panels on the ceiling project the sound perfectly. These panels can be moved or removed. The Queen Elisabeth Hall scores 9.3 out of ten for acoustics.
A wide variety of technical options and possibilities, which offer the highest comfort to conference delegates and meeting participants, accommodating all their audio-visual needs.
An extensive logistics area with a.o. press rooms, storage space, and elevators providing disabled access to each hall.
Multifunctionality and fast rotation, thanks to a minimal turnover time (production set-up and take-down). Lightning and scenery are located above the auditorium ceiling. This allows for the combination of an academic plenary session in the afternoon, with a classical concert at night.