- Music Hall Aberdeen
Music Hall Aberdeen Address Union Street City Aberdeen Country Scotland, United Kingdom Designation Category A listed Architect Archibald Simpson Owned by Aberdeen Performing Arts Capacity 1281 (Seated) Type Regional Music Hall Opened 1852 Current use Concerts, comedy, variety, exhibitions, art & craft fairs www.musichallaberdeen.com
The Music Hall is a concert hall in Aberdeen, Scotland, formerly the city's Assembly Rooms, located on Union Street in the city centre. It was designed by architect Archibald Simpson, costing £11,500 when it was originally constructed in 1822, opened to the public as a concert hall in 1859, and was extensively renovated in the 1980s.
It regularly plays host to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, as well as a variety of pop/rock concerts, and the annual Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
- ^ "Music Hall - History & Tour". Archived from the original on 2007-02-22. http://web.archive.org/web/20070222190827/http://www.musichallaberdeen.com/History.php. Retrieved 2007-02-05.
- Music Hall Official Website
- Aberdeen Music Hall - 150 years of music and laughter, Leopard Magazine]
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