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We provide two independent control rooms: for recording, mixing, editing and mastering.

The Ołowianka Recording Studio makes use of two concert halls of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk.
The Main Concert Hall enables recording sessions with a 100-musician symphonic orchestra and a 200-voice choir.
The Camber Music Hall enables recording sessions for soloist and up-to-50-musician orchestras.

For additional fees, the Ołowianka Recording Studio offers professional instruments:
French-sound organs by Swiss company Theodora Kuhne with 95 pipes, including 27 lingual pipes (The Main Concert Hall)
2 D-class concert pianofortes (Steinway & Sons)
a C-class concert pianoforte (Steinway & Sons)
a D-class concert pianoforte (Bechstein)
2 pianos (Yamaha)
a celesta (Kolberg)
a harpsichord by (Krzysztof Kulis's Workshop)
a positive organ (Zdzisław Mollin)
A professional full set of percussion instruments:
a vibraphone (Musser M-75 LH)
a concert xylophone (Adams XC2HV40)
a marimba (Yamaha YM5100 A, 4.5 octaves)
symphonic timpani, a set of 5 (Le Fimma, Philharmonic type)
baroque timpani (Le Fimma)
a stage percussion set (Gretsch)
a wide range of Latino instruments, including congas, bongos, maracas, cowbells, güira, etc.

Within 500 m from the Ołowianka Recording Studio there are several hotels with restaurants at affordable prices:

The Królewski Hotel * * * ul. Ołowianka 1
The Gdańsk Hotel * * * *
The Podewils Hotel * * * * *
The Radisson Blue Hotel * * * * *
The Qubus Hotel * * * *
The Mercure Hevelius Gdańsk Hotel
The Novotel Gdańsk Centrum Hotel
The HANZA Hotel * * * *
The Wolne Miasto Hotel * * *
The Bonum Hotel
Dom Muzyka - The Musician's House
Villa Biała Lilia

The Filharmonia Restaurant


 

To go on a virtual trip at Gdansk Music and Congress Center press link below:

Wirtualna wędrówka po Gdańskim Centrum Muzyczno-Kongresowym