New 125,000 sf concert hall and school building, to include a performance hall for up to 1000 seats, associated front of house, back of house and support spaces, administrative offices, classrooms and practice rooms, 300-seat recital hall, orchestral rehearsal room, and recording suite.
The Odeh team worked closely with Epstein Joslin Architects and the acoustical consultants to shape the structural framing:
In the main concert hall, shown in the video below, a moveable hangar door opens to the exterior to allow for outside spectators to see into the stage. Spanning almost 100', the door opening is supported by using the balcony seating as a massive reinforced concrete bridge structure.
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