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10 Contemporary Concert Halls Around The World

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10 Contemporary Concert Halls Around The World

This is a list of the concert halls which are designed in a way to enhance the acoustics and the ambiance. This will soothe both your eyes and ears

Bing Concert Hall, California, is a seamless integration of architecture, acoustics and technology
Konzerthaus Blaibach, Germany is an underground Concert hall.
The Oriental Art, Shanghai Center spans seven stories and includes a philharmonic concert hall of 1,979 seats.
Paloma concert hall in Nîmes, France, is dedicated to contemporary music.
Eclectic material palette of metal, concrete, and recycled OSB compressed wood was used to create this Carnall Hall of Switzerland
Harpa- Reykjavik concert Hall, Iceland structure consists of a steel framework clad with geometric shaped glass panels of different colours.
Auditorio de Tenerife – Canary Islands, Spain is regarded as the finest modern building in the Canary Islands and one of the most emblematic buildings of Spanish architecture.
Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Japan, a bold architectural form, the hall embodies a pyramidal ceiling with an apex reaching 92ft above the main floor. Seats 1636 guests.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles, California
The Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles, California stainless steel curves provide a striking exterior and creates one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world.
The Michael Fowler Centre Wellington, New Zealand, constructed on reclaimed land is the pre-eminent concert site in central Wellington.

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  1. […] it broadens mutual understanding, and inspires civic engagement. The discussion, located at Stanford’s contemporary Bing concert hall, will take a look at how the arts are advancing the public dialogue on race and equality in […]

  2. The last project is the Danish Radio Concert hall, in Copenhagen, architecture by Ateliers Jean Nouvel

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