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Join the Conversation - tell us What Symphony Hall Means To You

In Symphony Hall’s 21st anniversary year, we want to find out What Symphony Hall Means To You.

Whether you’re a concert-goer, performer or amateur musician who has performed on stage, a teacher who brings children to participate in education events, or perhaps you just pass through the ICC Mall and point out Symphony Hall to your visitors, we would love to hear from you.

Join the conversation by leaving your thoughts using the Disqus function on the What Symphony Hall Means to You page, via Twitter using the hashtag #sh21, via Facebook or by posting a note on the display board in the hall’s foyer.

Performances at Symphony Hall feel very intimate – the sound is crystal clear so I can always hear the hecklers in the back row
Jimmy Carr

Every time I enter the auditorium, the liveliness of the acoustic, the sheer spectacular grandeur of the decor, and the total focus upon the musical experience, all lift my spirits
Christopher Morley, Chief music critic, Birmingham Post

Great gigs and free jazz (in both senses of the phrase)
from the What Symphony Hall Means To You display board

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