Abravanel Hall

Located in Salt Lake City, Utah a concert hall and the residence of the Utah Symphony the Abravanel Hall is an architectural landmark. It is located neighboring to Salt Palace and the Temple Square. The Abravanel Hall is a part of the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts.

The Abravanel Hall took three years to be constructed for which almost $12 million were spent. The lobby is absolutely amazing with a ceiling of brass and white oak. There is a red colored glass sculpture which is on display at the middle which adds to the beauty of the hall.

In the year 1979 the hall was opened. At then it was known as Symphony Hall. The capacity of the Abravanel Hall is 2811. The hall has absolutely excellent acoustic system. Travel Salt Lake City UT to explore the many wonders of the amazing state one of them being the Abravanel Hall.

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Abravanel Hall

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Abravanel Hall has a four story lobby and has a great city view and is one of the best venues for all music concerts and performances. There are many programs and events held at the Abravanel Hall.

Some of the upcoming events and programs which are going to be held at Abravanel Hall are as follows: Mozart Violin Concert No.4, Mini Magic Flute, Elgar Symphony No. 2, and Evening of Conscience 2010. These events will be spectacular so if you are an ardent arts and music lover then without any delay you should book tickets for the show.

Upcoming events at Abravanel Hall

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Salt Lake City Abravanel Hall Address
123 West South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah

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Tel: (801) 355-2787
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Salt Lake City Abravanel Hall Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.

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