Harmony Hall Fukui

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Harmony Hall Fukui
ハーモニーホールふくい
Harmony Hall Fukui.JPG
A front view of the Harmony Hall Fukui
General information
Type Concert hall
Address 40-1-1 Imaichi-cho
Town or city Fukui, Fukui
Country Japan
Coordinates 36°0′53″N 136°12′28″E / 36.01472°N 136.20778°E / 36.01472; 136.20778Coordinates: 36°0′53″N 136°12′28″E / 36.01472°N 136.20778°E / 36.01472; 136.20778
Opening 23 September 1997
Renovated 2004
Cost ¥ 9,266 million
Owner Fukui Prefecture Organization for Cultural Promotion
Technical details
Floor area 11,649 m2
Design and construction
Architecture firm Nikken Sekkei
Other designers Nagata Acoustics
Main contractor JV composed of followings
Tobishima Corporation
Maeda Corporation
Muranaka Corporation
Other information
Seating type Reserved
Seating capacity 1,456 (Main Hall)
610 (Small Hall)
Website
Official website
References
Factsheet

The Harmony Hall Fukui (ハーモニーホールふくい Hāmonī Hōru Fukui?), formally called Fukui-kenritsu Ongakudō (福井県立音楽堂?), often abbreviated as HHF, is a concert hall located in Fukui, Fukui, Japan.

Summary[edit]

Established in 1997, the building is owned by the Fukui Prefecture Organization for Cultural Promotion (福井県文化振興事業団 Fukui-ken bunka shinkō jigyōdan?), known for having a huge organ built by Karl Schuke Berliner Orgelbauwerkstatt GmbH. in the main music hall.

The acoustics for the hall were designed by Nagata Acoustics,[1] while Nikken Sekkei carried out its general design.[2]

Facilities[edit]

The building of the Harmony Hall Fukui houses a large main hall, small chamber music hall, and rehearsal rooms.

Main hall[edit]

The shoebox-style main hall has seating capacity of 1,456. A large concert pipe organ made by Karl Schuke GmbH. has set up in the centre rear of the Hall since the improvements carried out in 2004. This instrument has 70 stops and 5,014 pipes.

Small hall[edit]

The small chamber music hall has seating capacity of 610.

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