The house of sound: Architecture holding musical events - Thomas karas

This gallery will display a very small selection of locations that hold/held a variety of musical events from theatrical to a performance. Although the gallery is showcasing a small portion of locations able to hold these events, it displays the diversity of characteristics the overall stereotype of musical venues possesses. 

September 16, 1966 was opening night at the Metropolotan Opera House. The image above is a picture showing the view from onstage looking at the audience in attendance.
This image shows the original building for the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The original building opened in 1861 and was designed by Leopold Eidlitz. For over 150 years, Brooklyn Academy of Music is a multi-arts center being home for various artists, audiences, and ideas.
Although the Sonic Pavilion isn't an actual venue, it is designed to record sounds from the earth using microphones that are 200 meters deep in the earth and amplify the sounds in this pavilion for people to listen. This is a more interesting location for a musical event which is very intriguing.
One of the most typical locations for music getting played is a night club. The Place Pigalle, located in Paris, has been a night club since the 1870's This image was the remodeling done to the The Place Pigalle in 1925. The business is still open and still frequently visited from tourists.
The Philharmonie is the musical heart of all of Berlin. After the collapse of the Berlin Wall, it became a public area to enjoy the arts. It has become one of the city's landmark due to the distinct architecture that brought much controversy when it was being built.
The Berlin Opera House was built on the east edge of Unter der Linden which is the main boulevard in Berlin. The Opera House was used by the Prussian King to show his appreciation towards the arts of all kinds. It has been one of the leading opera houses of the world for over 270 years.
Some locations are even outside with very small stages for the artists. For example, the cabana in the middle of all the people was used to hold musicians while they played. Dancers are surrounding the cabana supporting the music being played whom are being watched by the audience in attendance.
The image is displaying a community get together where they enjoy multiple forms of entertainment amongst each other. The people would enjoy koto and shamisen performances, find entertainment between each other, and have conversations between each other. The image below was one of two scrolls when put together show a big image. The other scrolls were lost.
In this image, it shows the foundation of the unnamed building getting placed in 1952. This commission work done by architect Richard Paulick was encouraged to the government by former music director Erich Kleiibler for the promotion of the arts as a whole.
This image is showing the preparation of a music festival in Switzerland. The people had a music festival in front of the newly painted murals on the front gate of Pemba's stadium. The stage for the artists was put directly in front the murals.
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