Symphony Hall (Birmingham) Reviews
Description:Concert /Conference Venues. Broad Street, Birmingham. Box Office: +44(0)121 780 3333.
Newest Review: ... I have experienced the acoustics of Symphony Hall many times, both as a concert-goer and a performer. As a listener, sitting anywhere from the front of the stalls to the very top of the gods, or anywhere in between, I am always stunned by the sheer clarity of the sound. Whether it's Beethoven or Stravinsky, a huge orchestral work or a solo piano recital, every note, every nuance is heard ... more
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by - written on 22/01/01, updated on 26/02/01 (Very useful, 91 readings)
'The design of Symphony Hall is among the best in the world because of the effect of lateral sound which reaches the audiences after bouncing off the walls.' Symphony Hall is situated within the International Convention Centre (ICC), in the very heart of Birmingham. It was opened in 1991, and its wonderful acoustics gained it a reputation as one of the finest concert halls in the world. It is home to the equally world-renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Choruses, who perform there frequently under the baton of Musical Director Sakari Oramo. Although mostly presenting classical music, Symphony Hall is often used for ... Read the complete review
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