Barlach Foyer

The Barlach Foyer takes its name from the creator of the sculpture "Singender Mann"("Singing man"), exhibited in the Foyer, Ernst Barlach. The 450m2 Foyer is the perfect backdrop for receptions and smaller events, affording a magnificent view of one of Leipzig's most imposing squares, the Augustusplatz.

The Foyer can be furnished with all manner of seating and tables as you wish.

Audiovisual and lighting requirements can be realised by means of a comprehensive range of mobile equipment directly linked to the Gewandhaus's studios.

The Barlach Foyer's bars and mobile counters complement the manifold possibilities this space presents.