Bozar Museum

Bozar Museum

The Centre for Fine Arts (French: Palais des Beaux-Arts, Dutch: Paleis voor Schone Kunsten) is a cultural venue in Brussels, Belgium. The building was completed in 1929 at the instigation of Henry Le Bœuf and includes exhibition and conference rooms, a cinema and a concert hall, which serves as home to the National Orchestra of Belgium. Its facilities include: Henry Le Bœuf Hall, with seating capacity for 2,200 Chamber Music Room, with seating capacity for 476 Victor Horta Hall (Great Sculpture Hall) Studio Recital Hall with seating capacity for 210 Salle Terarken, a multi-purpose hall Exhibition rooms. Since 2002, the Belgian federal intuition has chosen the brand name BOZAR, which has eight artistic departments: BOZAR Expo, BOZAR Music, BOZAR Cinema, BOZAR Dance, BOZAR Theatre, BOZAR Literature, BOZAR Studios and BOZAR Architecture. BOZAR is home to the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Société Philharmonique/Philharmonische Vereniging, which invites the world's major orchestras and performers to appear at Le Boeuf Hall. The finals of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition are also held there. Up to 10 exhibitions a year are organized at BOZAR, and have included Jeff Wall, Luc Tuymans, Frida Kahlo, Lucas Cranach, Gilbert & George, Wim Delvoye, Venetian, Flemish Masters, Keith Haring and "It's not only rock'n'roll Baby". Programmes: • School Programs • Guided Tours • Corporate Events

Open Days: Everyday from 10 to 18

Working hours: 10:00 am-06:00 pm
Bozar Museum

Bozar Museum

Centre for Fine Arts | Rue Ravensteinstraat 23 | 1000 Brussels | Belgium

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