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Benaroya Hall

Benaroya Hall

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The lobby of the hall features a large contribution of glass art by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly. Benaroya Hall is named for noted philanthropist Jack Benaroya, whose $15.8 million donation was the first and largest of many for construction of the facility.

The hall was designed by LMN Architects of Seattle, and was awarded the National Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 2001. The building sits directly above the BNSF Railway tunnel under Downtown Seattle that is the primary rail corridor for the city and adjacent to the Metro Bus Tunnel. These same noise-insulation features would also serve to dampen the destructive effects of any prospective earthquakes.

Benaroya Hall is Seattle’s premiere concert hall and the downtown home of the Seattle Symphony. With an auditorium, recital hall, grand lobby and meeting rooms, Benaroya Hall hosts not only hundreds of musical concerts each year, but also company meetings, lectures, fundraising auctions, weddings and receptions.

Home to the Seattle Symphony, Benaroya Hall provides a spectacular setting for concerts, weddings, corporate presentations, holiday parties and other special events. Located on an entire city block in downtown Seattle, the Hall serves as a focal point of the city’s urban core. Benaroya Hall inspiring connections in our city through music, ideas, laughter and the arts. Live at Benaroya Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony, is Seattle’s first facility designed exclusively for symphonic music performances.

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