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Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel is a centre of high-level training for young musicians. It is a centre of musical excellence where young artists in residence, selected from around the world, are in contact with, and benefit from the experience of leading artists through masterclasses and sharing the stage together.

The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel is not only a centre of musical experience for these young artists, but also a musical experience for music lovers, visitors and concertgoers, thanks to a new 250-person performance hall.

It all started in 1939 when Queen Elisabeth of Belgium, was a keen violinist herself, founded this institution, based on the ambitions, ideas and philosophy of her highly regarded friend Eugène Ysaÿe (1858– 1931)

For much more detailed information concerning history, high-level training, concerts...see website.


Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

Chaussée de Tervuren 445
1410 Waterloo