The most beautiful concert halls in the world

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It is called Muza Kawasaki, the symphony orchestra hall in Tokyo’s Kavasaki district. This hall has a total of 1997 seats, but it is built for the eighteenth anniversary of the establishment of the city. It opened in 2004 with a concert of the Symphony Orchestra and is a hall known for its acoustics. It is known that this hall was destroyed in 2011 by the earthquake that shook Japan. But with the fame of some world artists such as Anna Netrebko, Piotr Beczala and Ivor Bolton, as well as Salzburg Symphony Orchestra, it was rebuilt again, reopening in 2013.
In the cultural complex Tereza Carreno (Tereza Carreño) or theater Tereza Karreno is the most important theater in Venezuela’s Karraca, for symphonic concerts, opera, ballet etc. It is considered the second largest theater in South America after the Bucharest Cultural Center Nestor Kirshner (Kirchner). It is built in an area of ​​22,000 square meters and is named after renowned Venezuelan pianist Careta Tereta. The theater has two large concert halls, which also have the names of the country’s great artists.
The symphony orchestral hall has 2400 seats, while the room of the other chamber music has 440 seats.

In January 2017 was inaugurated in Hamburg a large concert hall called Elbphilharmonie. It has 2100 seats and is thought to be the best hall in the world. It is located on a historic historic building and is Hamburg’s highest building, which reaches 108 meters.

 

 

 

 

 

The Folly Paris Hall is a hall built in 2015 which has a capacity of 2400 spectators. It is part of the City of Music (Cité de la Musique) and was built with the funds of the Municipality of Paris and the National Government. It rises like a stone building on top of a hill in Parc de la Villette. On the terrace of this salon, the tourist public can stroll and watch a large part of the city, while the concert hall is quite attractive and wonderful for its format.

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