Architecture is the backdrop of Mogens Dahl Koncertsal, and the walls breathe art and music. This is the unique atmosphere you can draw from.
You may want to actively integrate the culture as a vibrant part of your arrangement.

Music touches people and we always recommend using music in your event. You can use our knowledge of music to do a feature or other activities during the day/evening – in the halls or the courtyard.
Every room is endowed with a grand piano, a beautiful instrument to look at, and even more beautiful when played to accompany a morning song in prelude to the day’s presentations, or if a brunch is laid on a crispy crust of jazz piano. The possibilities are many, and with our contacts in the music world we gladly assist in finding the music to suit and enhance whatever the function requires. Though mostly classical music is played and sung in Mogens Dahl Koncertsal, our network is quite extensive and includes all genres.

While music is the active element, painting and sculpture also play a significant role in Mogens Dahl Koncertsal. White surfaces are interspersed with works of art, like the three lovely Erik A. Frandsen paintings in the Large Hall, for instance. Or the Concert hall, where Jens Birkemose has decorated the end wall with a mural especially for Mogens Dahl Koncertsal, a picture inspired by a madrigal comedy by Claudio Monteverdi. Ceramic pieces by Italian artist Sandra Davolio in the Large Hall causes quiet amazement.

Not that we want to be a museum, on the contrary, but because art and music together open creative and innovative sides in us as human beings, the sides that many conferences and workshops aim to evoke.


Mogens Dahl Koncertsal was created by musical enthusiast Mogens Dahl (with his back turned). He has a degree in music both from the University and from the Academy of Music. As a conductor, especially of choirs, he has made his lasting mark in Nordic music life. The choirs “Det Jyske Kammerkor” and “Den Jyske Operas Kor” are just two examples. Being the vigorous entrepreneur he is, he also has his own choir, Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir.

The concert hall is a result of the same restless entrepreneurial urge. Mogens Dahl Koncertsal is the only concert hall in the country that breaks even without public subsidies. On other pages of the website you can see what Mogens Dahl Koncertsal is used for.

    • Golden Days Concert - Borups Folk High School, Copenhagen

      Concert at Borups Højskole, Frederiksholms Kanal 24, Copenhagen. Thur. Sep 7th. 20 pm. DKK175 (all charges included) Read more
    • BrunchConcert in Mogens Dahl Concert Hall

      Mogens Dahl Concert Hall - Sat. Sep 9th 10am Concert and brunch DKK375 (all charges included) Read more
    • Mark Padmore and Julius Drake

      Concert Sep. 11th at 8pm in Mogens Dahl Concert Hall. Mark Padmore (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano) Read more