Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Salquin Hall
Opened in 2020, Salquin Hall is the new building of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Department of Music located on the Südpol campus. It was named after Hedy Salquin (1928-2012) from Kriens, who was Switzerland's first woman conductor, as well as a pianist, chamber musician, and composer. The hall seats 280 people and is notable for its wood paneling on the walls and floors. The hall seating and size of the stage can be expanded as needed.
The box office opens one hour before concerts at Salquin Hall begin.
Take Bus No. 14 from the main train station.