It has two halls. The large hall has 1962 seats, the 2004 restored small hall 437. The architect Adolf Leonard van Gendt let itself be inspired thereby by the new garb house in Leipzig. In addition, in the interior equipment characteristics of art nouveau are to be recognized, among other things in the chairs sketched by the Belgian architect Victor Horta.
The building was name-giving for the Concertgebouw orchestra, one of the most well-known orchestras world-wide.