In 1987, the widow of Walt Disney, who wished to capture the memory of her spouse, donated $ 50 million to the creation of a new concert hall in Los Angeles. The beginning of the project was laid, and in the fall of 2003 the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the home stage of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, opened its doors – a building of unique architecture that undoubtedly adorned the city.
The project was developed by the architect Frank Gary. According to his ingenious idea, the decorative facades hanging over the frame of the building are a reflection of the interior of the building. A well-thought-out interior is behind each outstanding fragment.
The main room of the building’s interior space is the concert hall, which is designed for maximum convenience for the audience, the orchestra and the stage. The hall is designed for 2,265 listeners, finished with expensive wood, and surpasses the most famous venues in the world in terms of acoustic qualities.
Frank Gary also developed an unusual design for the organ located in the concert hall. It resembles a bundle of protruding pipes directed in different directions.
Guided tours are held in the concert hall, but you can only appreciate and feel the atmosphere at a live concert.