Atlanta Symphony Hall

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Atlanta Symphony Hall
Atlanta Symphony Hall lobby, Midtown Atlanta GA.jpg
Atlanta Symphony Hall lobby
Address 1280 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia
United States
Coordinates 33°47′26″N 84°23′07″W / 33.79051°N 84.38517°W / 33.79051; -84.38517Coordinates: 33°47′26″N 84°23′07″W / 33.79051°N 84.38517°W / 33.79051; -84.38517
Owner Woodruff Arts Center
Type concert hall
Capacity 1,762
Website
woodruffcenter.org

Atlanta Symphony Hall is the home venue of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. It is located within the Woodruff Arts Center at 1280 Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

The venue has a total capacity of 1,762 seats on three levels: 1,074 in the orchestra section, 349 in the lower balcony and 339 in the upper balcony. There are also spaces for 12 wheelchairs and 12 companion seats, as well as room for 82 additional seats in the orchestra pit, depending on the stage set-up. The first Atlanta Symphony Orchestra recording (a Robert Shaw Christmas album) was made there in 1975. More Atlanta Symphony recordings have regularly been made there since 1977, but the hall has been severely criticized by critics[by whom?] for its acoustics.

The hall also offers wireless audio aids for audience members who are hearing impaired.

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