Concert Hall of the National Library is housed in the former Catherine Institute for Noble Maidens. On the second floor of the north wing of the yard was lit in the name of the new church of St. Catherine.
Today the church premises - Concert Hall of the National Library. The interior of the Temple still survives intact. The architecture of the hall is solved in a simple style of early classicism (Kvarengi) Ionic columns adorn the entrance, smooth walls are complemented by pilasters, warm light falls through the semicircular windows. The hall has an extraordinary acoustics, providing Philharmonic sound.