The Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, situated in the centre of Brussels, is spread over three sites called "Régence", "Chêne" and "Stassart".
Rue de la Régence 30
+32 (0)2 511 04 27
The Régence site is an historical building in the renaissance revival style, building between 1872 and 1876, at 30 rue de la Régence.
Comprising three sections, and inspired by the Lescot wing of the Louvre, the building is built around a main courtyard and is the work of Belgian architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar. The Régence site is home to the main administration of the Conservatoire as well as the library, data processing, several teaching rooms and two larger public halls used mainly for examinations and performance:
Alongside teaching and other conservatoire events, these two rooms are also available for public hire.
Rue du Chêne 17
+32 (0)2 550 14 90
The Chêne site houses most classes, the technical services, the social service, the sandwich shop, the common room, the media library and the Joseph Jongen auditorium. With a capacity of 98 spaces, this hall plays host to many public performances alongside masterclasses, colloquiums and conferences. This space is above all dedicated to creation; organised around a stage of 8x8 metres, the space is equipped (with rigging, grand piano, dance floor) to host performances of all kinds.
> See the plan of the site