Montpellier is a city offering all kinds of music and, in the Corum, it has a truly amazing cultural space. The Corum was set up in 1990 and designed by the architect Claude Vasconi in the historic centre of Montpellier, it has both the Palais des Congrès conference centre and the Berlioz opera house under one roof. The latter can accommodate two thousand people very comfortably indeed and offers a programme of opera, classical and contemporary music, as well as being one of the bases of the Orchestre National de Montpellier.
Montpellier’s conference centre is the beating heart of the city centre and attracts many business events and seminars. As well as being easy to get to, the quality and variety of its facilities, its two auditoriums and 6200 m2 of exhibition space make this a superb place for groups of from fifty to two thousand people to meet up.
With its three auditoriums offering different capacities, the venue opens its doors to a wide variety of different kinds of entertainment,
ranging from one-man shows to classical and modern theatre, from recitals to major festivals such as the “Festival Radio France”.