Benaroya Concert Hall
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Benaroya Concert Hall information
With a hefty bill of almost $120 million in construction costs, it’s no wonder the Benaroya Concert Hall, Seattle Symphony’s primary venue, oozes luxury. From the minute you step into the glass-enclosed lobby of the performance hall you’re overwhelmed by views of Elliott Bay; on clear days you might be lucky enough to see the snowy peaks of the Olympic Range far in the distance.
Even if you’re not attending the symphony, you can walk through the foyer and marvel at the 20ft-long chandeliers, specially created by Tacoma glassmaker Dale Chihuly.