A 1,200-seat interior concert hall with rear doors opening to a 2,000-seat lawn audience. The hall is the main stage of the Tanglewood Music Center, a summer fellowship program for pre-professional musicians. It is also the setting for performances by world-renowned recitalists and chamber groups. The hall can also be acoustically isolated for use as a professional recording studio. (Alan Joslin, Project Architect with William Rawn Associates, Architects)

 

Realization

Performance Video

Project Data

STATUS: Completed 1994

SIZE: 36,000 sf

COST: $7.5 million

Project Credits

OWNER: Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood Music Center

CONTRACTOR: Suffolk Construction

ARCHITECT: William Rawn Associates, Architects

IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Steve Rosenthal

Honors and Awards

2000 AIA: Honor Award in Interior Architecture

2000 BSA: Honor Award in Interior Architecture

1995 AIA: Honor Award in Architecture

1996 AMERICAN WOOD COUNCIL: Merit Award, Wood Design

1995 BRICK INSTITUTE OF AMERICA: Brick in Architecture Award

1995 USITT: Honor Award in Architecture

1995 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS: Grand Award Winner

1995 INTERIORS MAGAZINE: Best in Recreation and Entertainment Design

1995 IALD: Citation for Lighting Design

1995 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK INSTITUTE: Award of Excellence

1994 AIA NEW ENGLAND: Honor Award in Architecture

1994 BSA: Honor Award