Harmony Hall Fukui
|Harmony Hall Fukui
A front view of the Harmony Hall Fukui
|Town or city||Fukui, Fukui|
|Opened||23 September 1997|
|Cost||¥ 9,266 million|
|Owner||Fukui Prefecture Organization for Cultural Promotion|
|Floor area||11,649 m2|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Nikken Sekkei|
|Other designers||Nagata Acoustics|
|Main contractor||JV composed of followings
|Seating capacity||1,456 (Main Hall)
610 (Small Hall)
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 building of the Harmony Hall Fukui houses a large main hall, small chamber music hall, and rehearsal rooms.
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.
The small chamber music hall has seating capacity of 610.
- Three minutes walk from Harmony Hall Station (Fukui Railway Fukubu Line)
- Fukui Railway Bus Harmony Hall-mae Bus Stop
- (Japanese) Official Website
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