In a backyard in the old part of Islands Brygge, Copenhagen, lies a well-hidden concert hall, Mogens Dahl Koncertsal, which consists of three halls, one meeting room and a beautiful cobbled courtyard each with their distinct atmosphere.
FROM WORKSHOP TO CLASSICAL CONCERT VENUE
The buildings is from 1901 and have served as stable, garages and as a service shop right out of an Olsen Banden movie. Aided by architects Maali and Lalanda, who also restored the Masteskure and the Mærsehus at the Holm, Mogens Dahl had the buildings restored in 2005. In January 2006 the newspaper Politiken wrote: “Not since the opening of the DR Concert Hall has a venue for classical music been opened in Copenhagen that receives its visitors so well aesthetically and physically.”
CULTURE IN CALM SURROUNDINGS
In Mogens Dahl Koncertsal classical music meets culture and architecture in light yet intimate and private surroundings.
With our three halls, meeting room and private courtyard we can host events with 4-400 attendees, witch is ideal for companies, societies and private people, who are looking for a venue for their conference, meeting, or event.
In the menu points under “premises and surroundings”, the various activities for which Mogens Dahl Koncertsal provides the proper atmosphere are described.
The architects behind the exquisite 2005 renovation of Mogens Dahl Concert Hall is the Danish-Spanish architect couple Frank Maali and Gemma Lalanda.
The couple received the Copenhagen Municipality Architectural Award 2009, and recently the Dreyer Foundation awarded them the honorary prize for architects for their empathic and imaginative transformations of historic buildings and city spaces. Mali and Lalanda’s latest work is the renovation of Rødding Folk Highschool.