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Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, or more commonly known just as the Meyerhoff, opened its gates for the audiences on September 16, 1982 and since then it has been serving as a home to Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
With the capacity of holding more than 2,443 viewers, Meyerhoff is located in the neighborhood of Mount Vernon in Baltimore, Maryland and is adjacent to Cultural Center Stop on the Baltimore light Rail.
The Symphony Hall is named after Joseph Meyerhoff, an art admirer, who remained the president of the hall for 18 years.
Meyerhoff stands amongst the most recognized structures with in Baltimore and has been serving as a center of cultural and performing arts events for more than 25 years now.
2007-08 season marked the 25th anniversary of the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Meyerhoff"s unique circular building, void of any flat walls and ninety degree angles, is one of the reasons of its remarkable acoustics.
Meyerhoff has hosted famous performers like Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, Harry Connick, Emanuel Ax, Allison Krauss, and also Jerry Seinfeld.
Upcoming events at the hall include Baltimore Speakers Series: Anna Quindlen on 24 February, 09 and Dvorak Cello Concerto on 26 Feb, 27 Feb and 28 Feb, 2009.