Entrance is via white-trimmed arched doors and in the front room violins cover the entire left wall. A quick glimpse to the back of the room makes visitors hurry through the hallway to see what awaits them. A grand room with high ceilings is filled with cellos, violas, double basses and violins, and a piano waits patiently and authoritatively in the corner.
Luscious deep-brown leather couches make this space seem unhurried and welcoming and are complemented by plush pillows - making you want to spend the rest of the day curled up listening to Mozart and Beethoven or try one of the many instruments for sale. In a corner, a library of musical scores begs to be played with passion and sincerity. The sheet music can be viewed and studied on a large wooden table, hand-made from Tasmanian Blackwood tree that the owners salvaged after it was stuck by lightning in Northern NSW.
The stage area looks out through wide open-glass windows as high as the ceilings, over Brisbane's treasured inner suburbs, allowing for an expanse of natural light to illuminate the interior and bounce off the crisp white walls.