Hall Auditorium - Miami University - Oxford, Ohio
N 39° 30.554 W 084° 44.307
16S E 694429 N 4375731
Quick Description: A Miami Universitry university landmark since 1908 and known through the years as The Miami Auditorium and Benton Hall.
Location: Ohio, United States
Date Posted: 7/11/2008 3:25:41 PM
Waymark Code: WM45QB
HALL AUDITORIUM has a seating capacity of 766 and is the site for most of the Music Department's major concerts - including fully staged opera productions, as well as many concerts produced and supported by the university's Performing Arts Series. A top-to-bottom renovation of the building, completed in 1992, replaced old equipment with state-of- the-art light and sound systems and created a beautiful, warm, acoustically precise venue with a new stage that almost doubled the size of the old facility.
Hall Auditorium's stage has been the scene of performances of many nationally and internationally known actors, public speakers, soloists, chamber groups, and large performing organizations. The "Who's Who" of performers range from John Phillip Sousa's band, which visited in 1915, to Harry Connick Jr., who performed on its stage in a scene for the 1990 movie "Little Man Tate," filmed in part on Miami's campus.
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