Does someone in your family love to listen to music? Do you all feel there is something magical about attending a performance at a concert hall? Well, there are quite a few famous concert halls around the world. During your next family vacation, you can choose to visit one or more of these famous concert halls. All you need to do is decide which ones should be at the top of your list. Today, I am going to give you a head start by sharing some of the best famous concert halls in the world.
Okay, you knew the Sydney Opera House would be somewhere on this list. After all, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It took fourteen years to finish constructing this beautiful concert hall. It is now one of the more unique-looking concert halls in the world.
Different events are held at this famous concert hall throughout the year. Depending on when you visit, you can attend the opera, classical music performances, comedy shows, and so much more.
You may not have realized that we have one of the best famous concert halls right here in the United States. The very first show at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre was in 1906. Since then, thousands of artists have performed with the mountainous walls looming above the audience and stage.
Some of those performers included The Beatles, Ricky Nelson, Jimi Hendrix, and Ray Charles.
When the Royal Albert Hall was first constructed in the 1860s, it didn’t have the best acoustics. It wouldn’t have made this list of famous concert halls if it hadn’t undergone improvements in the late 1960s.
Inside this concert hall, you will find a pipe organ. This organ is affectionately known as the voice of Jupiter. It has almost ten thousand speaking pipes and more than one hundred stops.
This concert hall features an event every day, so it is one of the busiest concert venues in the world.
Nippon Budokan is more of a rock and roll venue instead of a classical music and opera venue. Originally, this building was to serve as a martial arts venue. However, once The Beatles performed there in 1966, it was transformed into the music venue it is today.
A few performers have even used Nippon Budokan to record their live albums.
This is one of the open-air amphitheaters that became popular during ancient times. Most of those amphitheaters have been demolished, but this one in Athens still stands. The amphitheater was originally constructed in 161. It was destroyed in 267 but was renovated in 1955.
Another famous concert hall in the US is Carnegie Hall. It is only one of the concert halls in this major city. Carnegie Hall was first opened in 1891. It would have been demolished if it wasn’t granted a spot on the list of National Historic Landmarks.
Events at this concert hall include classical music, jazz, and other genres. You may even have the chance to see an independently produced performance during your visit.
These are the best the most famous concert halls in the world. You can easily visit one or more of them during any of your family vacations. The only question is which one you will want to see first. You will have to talk to your family to see which concert hall is at the top of their list. Hopefully, you will all agree! There are plenty of music cities you can travel to if you want more than one concert hall on your vacation itinerary.
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