Cadogan Hall in Belgravia, London, SW1X

Cadogan Hall is the home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, officially considered to be the least elitist of all of London’s major orchestras. The hall, located in Sloane Terrace, Belgravia, opened rather quietly, as the home of the Royal Philharmonic in 2004, but drew much more public attention in 2014 when the venue celebrated its tenth anniversary in its current incarnation. The tenth anniversary was marked with a series of high profile events such as classical, jazz, operatic and pop performances.

Cadogan Hall was built in 1901 and served as a church (the Church of Christ, Scientist) for many years. Because of this, Cadogan Hall has sheer walls and a steep barrelled roof producing crisp and clear acoustics, as well as creating a much louder sound than you might expect. This makes Cadogan Hall a wonderful place to go and listen to some of the very best music in London.

April sees several concerts from the English Chamber Orchestra, the National Children’s Chamber Orchestra & National Youth Chamber Orchestra, and of course from the Royal Philharmonic. Cadogan Hall is well worth a visit, both for the wonderful concerts and for the incredible architecture of the building itself.

The hall is available to hire for corporate events and private functions. The main auditorium seats up to 953 guests, and an ideal venue for large corporate presentations and events by firms in and around Belgravia.

For information on property for sale or to rent around Cadogan Hall in Belgravia, please contact CityWest Residential, leading estate agents in Westminster

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