The blue Stockholm Concert Hall is situated on Hötorget in the heart of Stockholm. One of Sweden's architectonic masterpieces in the neoclassical style, the Concert Hall was built especially to house the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Apart from being a venue for world-class concerts, it hosts the annual Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and the Polar Music Prize. The famous Orpheus Group by the main steps was created by sculptor Carl Milles. Unveiled 1936, it is one of Stockholm's best-known landmarks and a popular meeting spot. During summertime, the Stockholm Concert Hall is open for guided tours, exhibitions, and mini-concerts.