Davies Symphony Hall
Named for the most generous benefactor of its construction, Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall is dedicated to the joy of music.
About Davies Symphony Hall
Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall opened in 1980 as the home of the San Francisco Symphony. Collaboratively designed by architects and acousticians to create an auditorium that allows sound to rise to its very top, this modern but warm space captures and diffuses music throughout the audience, creating an intimate setting that belies the stature of the building itself. With sweeping views of San Francisco City Hall and the War Memorial Opera House, the curved lobby makes a gorgeous setting for receptions and parties. The 2739-seat auditorium holds concerts, speakers, readings and presentations.
201 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco , CA 94102View on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
Parking: Garages nearby: Theatre parking Davies Symphony Hall Street Parking Garages nearby: Performing Art Garage Civic Center Plaza Garage BART: Civic Center Station
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