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The Polish Baltic Frédéric Chopin 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 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.

The Polish Baltic Philharmonic offers the following spaces: the Concert Hall (1,100 places), the Chamber Music Hall (180 places), the Jazz Hall (200 places) and the Oak Hall (100 places). Those halls, as well as the adjacent foyer of 1,700 m2, are the places where external companies may organize concerts, special meetings and other events. What makes the Gdańsk Music and Congress Centre so unique is its possibility to raise the prestige of the meetings by enhancing them with music performed by a symphonic orchestra.

Being a universal music institution, the Philharmonic deals also with studio recordings. The cutting-edge digital technologies and a team of licensed sound technicians of the Philharmonic’s recording studio ensure a high level of the offered services, from studio and concert recordings to full post-production of the sound material (including its mastering and re-mastering).

The Centre on the Ołowianka Isle houses also a plastic arts gallery. In the beginning, it was an occasional one, which accompanied various events, however, by now it has become a more permanent establishment. It presents works by Polish as well as foreign artists.