Find Proms concerts at the Cadogan Hall
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- Nearest tube: Sloane Square (Circle and District Lines)
- Bar on site
- Cloakroom available
The Cadogan Hall concert hall opened in June 2004, taking over the building in Sloane Square that housed the congregation of the New Christian Science Church from 1907 until 1996.
Although an organ installed in 1911 was dismantled and transferred to another church in the Midlands, its casing was put in store, along with timber panelling and balustrading, during the building’s conversion to a performance space. Once restored, the organ screen was discovered to have unique column capitals and carvings around the arching balustrade, adding to the building’s rich character.
The stained-glass windows at Cadogan Hall were designed by the Danish nobleman Baron Arild Rosenkrantz, who learnt his craft while working at Tiffany in New York. There are no allegorical images in the windows, featuring instead simple Celtic knot motifs.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is resident at Cadogan Hall and the venue has hosted the BBC Proms Monday-lunchtime chamber music series every year since 2005.