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Cincinnati Music Hall
The Cincinnati Music Hall, built in 1878, is Cincinnati"s one of the greatest attraction for both music lovers and the people who seek great architectural magnum opus. This magnificent building was made as a substitute of Saengerfest Hall which was originally made for Cincinnati May Festival.
The Saengerfest Hall was originally built on government land by the Saengerbund singing society of Cincinnati. Every year, in summers, the May Festival was held in this hall. As the popularity of this festival grew to greater audience, the people of Cincinnati started a funding drive.
During the fund drive, patron Rueben Springer made a generous grant fund of $ 125,000. The passionate people of Cincinnati collected as much amount with which they built an enormous building that was made to house many musical concerts, theatrical performances and exhibitions at a time.
Music Hall of Cincinnati houses many grand performing arts organizations and singing groups like the May Festival Chorus, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the great Cincinnati Opera.
Cincinnati Music Hall is beautifully situated in Over-the-Rhine area of Cincinnati, Ohio, on 1241 Elm Street. Just across the building is the historic Washington Park which further enhances its important location. Another interesting thing about its location is that the Music Hall is a few minutes away from central downtown of Cincinnati city.
Cincinnati Music Hall is very famous form historical perspective as well, as the Democratic National Convention was held here in 1880. Due to hosting this prestigious event, the US dept. of Interior announced it as a "Historic Landmark".
Samuel Hannaford, the owner of Cincinnati"s famous construction company, Hannaford and Proctor, drew the architectural design of this building. The design of the hall is basically called Romantic Eclecticism. But the traditional people of Cincinnati prefer to call it a Sauerbraen Byzantine style.
CINCINNATI MUSIC HALL DIVISIONS
The Cincinnati Music Hall is magnificently divided into for main halls or auditoriums. Theses include the Springer Auditorium, the Music Hall Ballroom, Corbett Tower and the Critic"s Room. All the divisions of the Cincinnati Music Hall are elegantly built and are decorated in a classy manner.
Springer Auditorium has been named after the generous fund-giver of Cincinnati Music Hall, Mr. Rueben Springer, whose kind support made the glorious construction of this building possible. This is the main hall of the building that has the capacity of 3516 spectators at a time.
After the Metropolitan Opera House and the DAR Constitution Hall, this is the largest hall throughout the US and one of the very fine music auditoriums in the world. The Springer Auditorium is specified for the mesmerizing performances of Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Opera.
Music Hall Ballroom
Covering over 20,000 sq. ft. area, the Music Hall Ballroom is the second largest hall of the building as well as the Cincinnati city.
Having the capacity of up to 1300 people, this hall is mostly used for more casual events like special breakfasts, lunches or dinners and also for educational lectures, fashion shows and different exhibitions.
Accommodating up to 300 guests, the Corbett Tower is a charming upstairs reception hall also used for much casual gatherings. It provides a wide variety of features and facilities to the guests including a dance floor, bar corner, kitchen, sound and lighting gear as well as a fantastic vast stage.
Critic"s Club is a dinning hall seating a limited gathering of up to 50 guests. It"s as been built in such a way that makes it perfect for very private meetings or get-togethers like business meetings, classified parties or private family lunches and dinners.
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