Hatch Recital Hall is the latest jewel among Eastman’s concert venues. Opened in December 2010 in Eastman’s East Wing, it quickly became a popular concert stage for faculty and student musicians. With 222 seats, Hatch Hall is an ideal size for solo instrumental, chamber and vocal music – a modern complement to Eastman’s historic Kilbourn Hall. Along with its elegant appearance and outstanding acoustics, the hall boasts state-of-the-art acoustical and multimedia technology – Internet, audio, and video.
Acoustically and aesthetically, this beautiful facility is also a visual symbol of Eastman’s values as an institution devoted to the training of musical artists of the highest caliber. Funding for the Hatch Recital Hall project came from the Davenport-Hatch Foundation.
Concert hall installation in the Archabbey of Pannonhalma in Hungary by Dániel Baló, Dániel Eke, Zoltán Kalászi
A temporary installation to transform a gym hall into a suitable concert space. Made out from translucent non-woven polypropylene fabric and light bulbs, the hanging structure is a complex and effective design that divides the space and improves the room’s acoustics. Simply breathtaking!
bing concert hall at stanford university
Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia
Cosplay done by me (Enilokin Cosplay)
Photoghraphy by Silas
I love these pictures beyond belief! I still can’t get over the fact that I was allowed to have this photoshoot inside the actual Opera in Paris! <3
John Singer Sargent
Elizabeth Winthrop Chanler