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Starting its activities in 1813, the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (French: Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles, Dutch: Koninklijk Muziekconservatorium) received its official name in 1832. Providing performing music and drama courses, the institution became renowned partly because of the international reputation of its successive directors such as François-Joseph Fétis, François-Auguste Gevaert, Edgar Tinel, Joseph Jongen or Marcel Poot, but more because it has been attended by many of the top musicians, actors and artists in Belgium such as Arthur Grumiaux, José Van Dam, Sigiswald Kuijken, Josse De Pauw, Luk van Mello and Luk De Konink. Adolphe Sax, inventor of the saxophone, also studied at the Brussels Conservatory. (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia Royal_Conservatory_of_Brussels#Concerts
Capacity 600
Address Rue de la Régence 30, 1000 Bruxelles , Bruxelles, Belgium
Architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaer
Opening year 1813
Official website https://www.kcb.be/nl