See the many attractions of Cadogan Hall

An esteemed concert hall in the exclusive area of Sloane Terrace in Belgravia, Cadogan Hall could be the perfect attraction for visitors to London seeking refined entertainment.

The home of the famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO), the venue offers seating for up to 950 guests and sees regular performances for crowds eager to hear some of the best musicians in the world in action.

Interestingly, RPO were the first orchestra in the capital to have a permanent residence in this manner.

Also home to the world-renowned BBC Proms Chamber Music Series, Cadogan Hall continues to offer a wide selection of musical events for fans to head along to throughout the year.

First opened in 1907, the hall itself was originally the London home of the New Christian Science Church and was designed by esteemed architect Robert Fellowes Chisholm.

However, as the result of a significant decline in attendances during the late 1990s, the church was forced to close in 2000, paving the way for the property’s transformation.

Subsequently purchased by the Cadogan Estate, the RPO made the building their permanent residence in 2001, before becoming a regular proms venue from 2005.

 Cadogan Hall

A grade II-listed property in the heart of Belgravia, Cadogan Hall is an impressive building for visitors to behold, complete with large stained-glass windows designed by Danish nobleman Baron Arild Rosenkrantz and created in a Byzantine style.

Visitors will be blown away by the stunning architecture and even more stunning musical experience they are sure to enjoy when booking tickets to a performance here.

It is not just the RPO that can regularly be seen (and heard) at Cadogan Hall though, as an array of events take place at the venue each month, including contemporary, jazz, folk and world music performances, as well as talks, debates and conferences on all manner of important topics.

Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the venue can be reached by the nearby Underground Tube station of Sloane Square (Circle and District lines), as well as by local bus services and by car.

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