Epstein Joslin Architects

Featured Work

Seiji Ozawa Hall for the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Tanglewood, MA

A 1200 seat interior concert hall with doors at the rear, opens to allow a 2000 seat lawn audience to see the performance. 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, Inc.)

Photography copyright Steve Rosenthal

Project Completion Date

1994

Project Cost

$7.5 million

Project Size

36,000 sq. ft.

Owner

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Contractor

Suffolk Construction

80 Trowbridge Street Cambridge, MA 02138 telephone: 617-868-1766 fax: 617-661-1148