Posted By Mano Haran Aug 04, 2016 Comments Off on Top 10 concert halls in the UK!
Top 10 concert halls in the UK!
The United Kingdom holds some of the great concert halls around the globe. Here are the top 5 concert hall:
1. The Minack, Porthcurno, Cornwall
The spectacular open-air theatre appears as if it was carved into granite cliffs 2000 years ago. Actually, a determined Cornishwoman created it in 1932. Check it out for performances by New Cornwall Opera.
2. Grand Opera house, Belfast
Opened in 1895, the Grand Opera house was designed by a high-profile theatre architect named Frank Matcham. It is by far the longest surviving building that applied an oriental style to the theatre architecture.
3. Royal Albert hall, London
Build in 1871; the Royal Albert hall was in commemoration of Queen Victoria’s husband. The venue has turned to UK’s most treasured building, attracting biggest stars all over the world. Each year it hosts up to more than 350 events – this including opera, ballet, classical concerts and much more.
4. Wigmore Hall, London
Situated in the heart of London’s West End, this gorgeous looking venue is definitely a perfect setting for a special recital of chamber music – attracting the world’s greatest musicians all over the world.
5. Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford
Designed by Christopher Wren from the University of Oxford, the Sheldonian theatre was built from 1664 to 1668. It is site is used mainly for concerts, lectures and ceremonies, but – unusually for a theatre – not for drama.
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