The concert hall in Solothurn, an architectural gem with an impressive history, is a place where music and architecture come together in perfect harmony. This magnificent building was designed and opened in 1900 in collaboration with the neighboring art museum by the renowned Swiss architect Alexander Koch. Its unique design reflects the charming architectural style of the city and seamlessly blends with the surrounding medieval city wall. At first glance, the Solothurn concert hall makes it clear that not only music but also the beauty of architecture is celebrated here. The inspiration for the building comes from the Swiss National Museum in Zurich, giving it special cultural significance. The imposing structure, with its historicizing architecture, connects harmoniously with the medieval city wall across from it and blends seamlessly with the surroundings.