The Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic
About the Philharmonic
The 10th Annual Forum in Gdańsk, will take place in The Polish Baltic Philharmonic - the building is located on Ołowianka Island on the Motława River. In the close location of the Gdańsk Old Town and the most interesting tourist attractions of the city of Gdańsk.
The building, which houses The Polish Baltic Philharmonic today was constructed in 1897-1898 as a power station with a neo-Gothic facade. The seat of The Polish Baltic Philharmonic is a complex of buildings at the former plant of the late nineteenth century, located on the island of Ołowianka. After the plant was closed in 1996, it was subsequently adapted between 1996-2005 as a concert hall.
The Polish Baltic Philharmonic is the largest music institution in the Northern Poland, visited not only by local music-lovers but also by people from all over Poland and all over the world. This is a place for the ones who desire to enjoy the art of the highest quality. The Polish Baltic Philharmonic organizes symphonic concerts, recitals, and chamber music soirées performed by the most prominent Polish musicians as well as by many worldwide-known artists.
Apart from its concert activities, The Philharmonic's Music and Congress Centre on the Ołowianka Isle offers many rooms and halls to hire, which makes it a place of numerous symposiums, congresses, international trade conferences and occasional meetings.