Performing Arts Venues

  1. Benaroya Hall

    This bastion of culture is the city’s first venue designed exclusively for music performances. It is also home to the Seattle Symphony. The 2,500-seat Mark Taper auditorium is known for its superior acoustics. Another 540-seat hall is used for smaller concerts.

    Benaroya Hall
  2. McCaw Hall

    In 2003 the original opera house underwent a massive transformation to become McCaw Hall (see Opera House. )Built for no less than $127 million, this plush 2,900-seat auditorium with state-of-the-art acoustics and excellent amenities is home to the Seattle Opera and Pacific ...

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