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Springfield Symphony Hall is just part of the "municipal group," three separate structures dating from about World War I. Springfield City Hall has the same Greek façade with stately Corinthian columns and grand stairs, all made of Indiana limestone. Between the two identical structures (façade...More
Just attended a Joe Bonamassa concert at the hall and this place is awesome. Very intimate with great sound. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Doesn't seem like there is a bad seat in this place. Well worth checking out an event here.
Springfield is fortunate to have Maestro Kevin Rhodes as conductor of of a very respectable symphony orchestra. Symphony hall has been beautifully restored to its Victorian grandeur though the acoustics have suffered a bit.
Went to see A Christmas Carol on Dec. 15th. It was really too bad they did not have a full house. The show was very good. I have gone to the Bushnell in Hartford and the seats are pretty narrow and very little room for...More
A party of eight went for the 2016 Basketball Hall of Fame Induction. The building is beautiful, the layout provides a great view no matter the seating location, and the acoustics are great. Unfortunately we had tickets to the upper balcony so we had to...More