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Concert halls that are also masterpieces of architecture

There are also some concert halls in Europe where the audience not only enjoys the music but also attracts them with its unique architecture and decoration. These concert halls are considered masterpieces of construction.

Gladden Performing Arts Center, Norway

The majestic 100-meter-tall Art Center building on the east coast of Norway covers an area of ​​more than 1.5 million square meters. It was built in 2012. In addition to the popular theatrical group Agdar, Western classical music groups also regularly perform in this concert hall.
Phil Harmony, de Paris

Renowned orchestra conductor Pierre Boulez, along with an architect, planned to build his own music hall. The two began work after discussions and consultations in this regard and completed it in 2015. The front is made of aluminum. The roof of this music hall is thirty-seven feet high, on which one can stand and enjoy the view of Paris.

Sage Gates Head, England

The gleaming building was designed by Sir Norman Foster. It was opened to the public in 2004. Everyday music lovers come here and enjoy the performances of the artists.

Casa da Mosaica, Portugal

Located in the Portuguese port city of Porto, this music hall can seat 1300 spectators at a time. Its white concrete and glass building is magnificent and beautiful. The interior is decorated with tiles and a distinctive style that reflects Portuguese architecture and culture.

Phil Harmony, Berlin

Criticized for its exceptional architecture, the building is today an example of the construction of modern concert halls. Soon after its inauguration, experts began criticizing its design, but the concert hall, designed by architect Hans Sharon, is still considered one of the most magnificent buildings in the world. The first concert was held in 1963.

Harp Music Hall, Iceland

The famous Icelandic artist Olfour Eliasson loved the lights, and the Harp Music Hall has a special charm in its construction. Its front looks like a hive of bees. It has been dubbed the western musical instrument harp and is also the first month of summer in this snow-laden country.

Alb Phil Harmony Hamburg, Germany

This music hall is made with the help of glass. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. Its roof is shaped like a wave.

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