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Symphony Hall

Symphony Hall

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Performing Arts, Concert Hall
Ranked #17 in Phoenix things to do
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75 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 262-6225
https://www.phoenixconventioncenter.com/symphony-hall
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See the Symphony Hall calendar for a list of performances.

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Located in the Civic Center of downtown Phoenix, this venue offers the viewer and listener the best of acoustics and performances.

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Local from Tempe, Arizona

Since the doors to Symphony Hall first opened in 1972, millions of people have crossed its welcoming threshold into a cultural and performance icon integral to the arts landscape of the Phoenix area. The multi-purpose Symphony Hall, home to The Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Opera and Ballet Arizona, is also the site for Broadway touring companies, a variety of dance productions, and appearances by popular entertainers, as well as for business seminars and convention general sessions. A new era for this popular venue emerged with the 2005 completion of an extensive, $18.5 million renovation and lobby expansion.

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Local from Goodyear, Arizona, USA

I attended four concerts at Symphony hall last season and each one was a lovely experience. My seats were close to the exits in the C section (right of center) and I had a very good view of the musicians and vocalists. Concert intermissions were thoughtfully timed, and the staff was uniformly helpful and friendly. And then, there's the music. The Phoenix Symphony has assembled a truly fabulous group of performers. To single out a performance, The Planet Suite by Gustav Holst was accompanied by images from NASA and the Hubble Telescope on a big screen, timed to go with the music. The visualizations were stunning, but I found myself so drawn into the music that I stopped noticing as one image faded into another. I highly recommend taking advantage of the amazing experience available here.

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New York City, New York State, USA
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Symphony Hall isn't designed as an opera house, but its what they have. The seats are comfortable, but the rake for the orchestra seats is really low so the heads in front on you partially block your view. The seats on the sides have trouble seeing action on the side of the stage.

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See the Symphony Hall calendar for a list of performances.

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Nothing beats the excitement of a live orchestra.

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And if culture is in your plans, look no further

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