Boston Symphony Hall

The Boston Symphony Hall was one of the first concert halls to implement the use of architecutral acoustics principles. This hall is one of the most delightful and warm sounding rooms you will ever step foot in. Located on the edge of the Fenway and South End area, Boston's Symphony Hall offers a variety of performances ranging from classical to jazz. With a 2,625-capacity and impeccable acoustics, the Boston Symphony Hall is world famous and a model after which many halls around the world are designed. The Symphony Hall occasionally offers tours during the day.

Main styles: Classical, Jazz
Overall feel: Luxurious, Fancy, Older
Acoustics: Beyond Excellent (one of the best in the world)
Avg. crowd size: 1,500+
Avg. age of crowd: 30+
Stuff to do around there: Prudential Center, Christian Science Center, Mall, Whole Foods,
Jam Session? No
Avg. age of musicians: 30+
Skill of musicians: Excellent/Professional
Notable past acts: YoYo Ma
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301 Mass. Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 266-1492
Neighborhood: Fenway/Back Bay/South End