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Now Known As
Date Opened 1935
Demolished
Venue Capacity 1,300
Venue URL http://www.gso.se
Venue Address Götaplatsen
SE-412 56 Göteborg
Sweden



Venue Information


Göteborg Concert Hall is located in Göteborg, Sweden and was built in 1935. The architect for the facility was Nils Einar Ericsson, a major advocate of Functionalism. However, the Concert Hall has a Neo-Classical exterior look, due to the surrounding area at Götaplatsen where the building is placed - the Art Museum and the City Theatre are solid classically designed buildings as well, and were built before the Concert Hall. In contrast to the exterior, the Concert Halls interior is modernistic.

The main auditoriums plain shaped walls are clad in yellowish-red maple veneer and there are 1,300 seats. There is also a smaller concert hall, Stenhammarsalen, for chamber concerts. The acoustic qualities of Gothenburg Concert Hall have given it a reputation well outside the Swedish borders; Deutsche Grammophon has used the Concert Hall as a studio for a number of records, for example.

The Concert Hall is the home stage of the Göteborg Symphony.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothenburg_Concert_Hall



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