Boettcher Concert Hall

Boettcher Concert Hall is the nation’s first symphony hall in the round designed to place the audience close to the stage in a unique environment – 80% of the seats are within 65 feet of the stage. Boettcher Concert Hall’s walls are canted at a slight angle to disperse sound and prevent flutter echoes. On each curved surface of the hall is a wave-like band, approximately four feet high, technically called an undulating acoustical facia. These facias diffuse, reflect and channel sound throughout the venue. The seats in Boettcher are custom-designed, made from steam-bent plywood with their backs varying in height from 42 inches to 48 inches.

Seating Chart

Seating capacity: 2,679

For booking information or for a venue guide, contact Jody Grossman at 720-865-4239 or Jody.Grossman@denvergov.org.
For production information or for a venue guide, please contact Steve Eisenstein at 720-865-4545 or Steve.Eisenstein@denvergov.org.
For front of house information, please contact Lori Garza at 720-865-4224 or Lori.Garza@denvergov.org.


  

Boettcher Concert Hall








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