American Concert Hall Buildings – USA

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Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, California
Design: Gehry Partners
Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles by Frank Gehry
photograph © 2008 Gehry Partners LLP

Walt Disney Concert Hall
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was started back in 1987, completing around 2004. The concert hall building is a key part of the cultural hub in downtown L.A.

Mar 28, 2018
Voxman Music Building, Iowa
Design: LMN Architects
Voxman Music Building
photograph © Tim Griffith

Voxman Music Building at the University of Iowa
The Voxman Music Building celebrates musical performance at every turn, embracing a collaborative and exploratory student-driven model of education that treats every space as performance space. The building shares this sense of musical discovery with the community through a transparent expression.

Jan 25, 2018
White Oak Music Hall, Houston, Texas
Design: SCHAUM/SHIEH
White Oak Music Hall in Houston
photography : Peter Molick

White Oak Music Hall in Houston
A dynamic cluster of music venues in Houston consisting of The White Oak Music Hall, The Lawn, and Raven Tower Pavilion, a seven-acre assemblage of new and adapted buildings, open-air structures, landscaped areas, and paved and decked surfaces along the Little White Oak Bayou.

Dec 5, 2017
East Austin District, Austin, Texas
Design: architects BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
East Austin District Texas building design by BIG
image by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

East Austin District
A new sports and entertainment neighborhood tailored to celebrate world-class sports and cultural experiences under one roofscape.

Apr 20, 2017
Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences, Lubbock, Texas
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences
image Courtesy architecture office

Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences
A major arts project in the hometown of this iconic 1950s pop legend.

Jul 6, 2016
Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, 70 N Broadway, New York City, NY
Design: Diller Scofidio + Renfro / FXFOWLE
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
photo © Adrian Welch

Alice Tully Hall Building
The revitalization of this building is a key element of a major redevelopment of Lincoln Center by acclaimed architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with FX Fowle Architects.

Jul 5, 2016
David Geffen Hall Building Renewal, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, NY
Renewal Design: Heatherwick Studio / Diamond Schmitt Architects
David Geffen hall New York
photo : Mark Bussell, Lincoln Center
David Geffen Hall Building
Heatherwick Studio and Diamond Schmitt Architects were selected in 2015 as the architecture team to lead the renovation and reimagination of the Lincoln Center’s largest concert hall.

Mar 1, 2016
Metropolitan Opera House New York Lobby Renewal, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
Metropolitan Opera House New York Building
Metropolitan Opera House Lobby Renewal

Apr 10, 2014 + Oct 15, 2009
Foster + Partners’ Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dallas, Texas
Architect: Foster + Partners
Winspear Opera House Building interior
photo : Iwan Baan

Winspear Opera House

Nov 28, 2012
Bing Concert Hall, Stanford, San Francisco, CA
Design: Ennead Architects with Fisher Dachs Associates and Nagata Acoustics
Bing Concert Hall Building
photograph © Jeff Goldberg

Bing Concert Hall
This new American concert hall building was created with the total audience experience very much at the forefront. Its seats are arranged in a “vineyard” format, with seating sections ringing the stage and beginning on the same level as the performance platform. The result will be a concert experience of unparalleled intimacy. Complementing the artistic presentations will be amenities such as customer-service areas to spacious restroom facilities, a café and a picturesque foyer that opens onto a graceful veranda.

Mar 29, 2011
Houston Ballet, Texas
Design: Gensler
Houston Ballet Texas Center for Dance building
photo : Nic Lehoux

Houston Ballet Building
The new 115,000-sqft Houston Ballet Center for Dance is now the largest professional dance facility in the United States. The building forms a visual statement of the city’s longstanding commitment to philanthropy and the performing arts. The downtown Theater District already contains the Houston Grand Opera, Houston Symphony and Alley Theatre. The six-story facility has nine dance studios, a dance lab, and artistic, administrative and support facilities for Houston Ballet and its academy.

Mar 12, 2009
Stage Shell, Francis Marion University, South Carolina
Design: Holzman Moss Architecture
Stage Shell Francis Marion University
rendering by Studio AMD, courtesy of Holzman Moss Architecture

Stage Shell Design
A new $32.8 m, 68,000-sqft Performing Arts Center, a multi-use facility designed to promote the flexibility needed for a wide variety of programs, from University music performances to national touring music, dance, and theater productions, while incorporating superior acoustics that adapt to individual performance needs.

US Concert Hall Buildings

Music Venues in the USA, alphabetical:

Aug 12, 2008
Ahmanson Founders Room, N. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, California
Design: Belzberg Architects
Ahmanson Founders Room Los Angeles interior
picture : Fotoworks

The Music Center Los Angeles
A 2,500 sqft addition buried in the first level of subterranean parking at The Music Center in downtown L.A. The design focus comes from the sunken location of the room and an almost clandestine preoccupation of exclusivity by the founders.

Performing Arts Hall, Jackson, Wyoming
Design: Stephen Dynia Architects / Carney Architects
Performing Arts Hall Jackson Wyoming building interior
photo : Ron Johnson Photography

Performing Arts Hall
The theater responds to the seasonal fluctuations of a resort town with a seating configuration placing 200 seats in an orchestra level allowing for an intimate setting, and 300 seats in a balcony above providing the capacity of a full theater.

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Concert Hall Designs

Key American Concert Hall Buildings, no images / links:

Atlanta Symphony Center, Atlanta, Georgia

Santiago Calatrava Architects

Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center, New York City
1966
Wallace K. Harrison, Architect

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas
1989
I.M. Pei, Architect

Orange County Performing Arts Center – Concert Hall, California
2006
Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

Radio City Music Hall, New York City
1932
Edward Durell Stone




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