Visually spectacular and acoustically excellent, the Concert Hall provides a sensational atmosphere for a diverse range of performances, from classical music to chamber ensembles, jazz, world and pop music and is equally efficient as a conferences space. Inspired by traditional European designs, it creates an intimate space with the high ceiling maintaining a sense of grandeur and opulence. Performers enjoy an open concert platform and exceptional acoustics, dressing rooms, storage and exemplary technical facilities. Two levels of seating can accommodate up to 1, patrons — with stalls, balcony and choir stalls.
The shape of the building is critical to the quality of the music heard there. The design should proceed from the outside in, and then the materials should be selected. The interior designer must work closely with the architect and acoustic designer to create a design that will accommodate a variety of musical styles and instrumentations. The project architect may or may not understand basic acoustic considerations. There has been a history since of concert halls with long reverberation times, where the tone drops after the high frequencies are absorbed on the first reflection.
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By: Julia Layton. When you're looking for an event that's a real crowd-pleaser, it's tough to go wrong with music. It spans cultures, ages and tastes, and you've got a lot of options in terms of event size, style and budget. Not that it's the easiest type of event to coordinate. A concert can come with multiple elements to coordinate and endless possibilities to plan ahead for.
No wonder then these delicate buildings often turn into architectural nightmares that run over-budget, over-schedule and under-perform. Sixteen years in the making, the concert hall cost twice its initial budget but ranks among the best acoustic designs in the world. In contrast to its contemporary exterior, the main auditorium is made from hardwood for better acoustic performance. In addition to the grand marble staircases and horseshoe-shaped auditorium, the venue is filled with paintings and sculptures by the great Hungarian artists of the 19th century.