The Młynarski Hall, known also as the Chamber Music Hall, served as a rehearsal room after the opera house reopened in 1965, following its destruction during WWII. Yet, already in February 1968, the hall hosted its first public performance. Now the hall is a regular venue for ballets, operas, as well as special events.  

To learn more about the history of the halls, go on our Virtual Tour. You will find the venue’s technical details below.

To find out ticket prices to the Młynarski Hall, go to Ticket prices. 


Technical specifications of the stage:

  • Stage size: 270 m²
  • Seats in the auditorium: 248
  • Height: 13,95 m
  • Width: 20 m
  • Height of the proscenium arch: 6.43 m
  • Flying system with 17 bars to hang scenery
  • 3 lighting bridges 


  • chamber music concerts
  • conferences, symposiums
  • workshops


Presentation and technical rider: