A contemporary, internationally oriented arts campus, deSingel presents and produces theatre, dance, music and architecture, making it available to a broad art-loving audience. Its large-scale infrastructure comprises a medium-sized concert hall seating 966, a large hall for theatre and dance seating 803, an exhibition space, a music studio seating 150 and a theatre studio seating 270.
The concert hall is called the Blue Hall (or in Dutch, Blauwe Zaal). Its furnishings and acoustics make it uniquely suited for non-amplified concerts. The stage can accommodate an orchestra of up to 120 musicians and a choir of up to 100 singers. Moreover, the stage can be adapted to smaller casts by the expert placement of acoustic, reflecting panels. The same holds true for the stage lighting. In order to reduce the size of the auditorium, the Blue Hall commands over an acoustically neutral curtain, which can be lowered where necessary.
deSingels continually offers in-depth information on its programme in the reading room, but also by means of introductions, talks and programme booklets.