Concert halls

Concert halls

Concert halls are used for the enjoyment of all kinds of (symphonic) music. This kind of music is usually played unamplified. Therefore, the acoustics of these halls are immensely critical, not only at the audience’s position in the hall, but also on stage at the position of the musicians and conductor. Besides room acoustics, sound insulation between hall and foyer and to the outside are important issues.


  • TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht (vibration control)
  • Concert hall, Tilburg (revision of acoustics)
  • Spuiforum, The Hague
  • Central Studios, Utrecht (temporary use)
  • Auditorium, Padua (competition)
  • Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven*
  • Casa da Musica, Porto*
  • Vredenburg Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht*


* Projects executed in cooperation with RoyalHaskoningDHV


Header image: Casa da Musica, Porto (Portugal), image by Level Acoustics & Vibration

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