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Melbourne Recital Centre comprises two of the finest acoustic spaces in the southern hemisphere, carefully crafted to present the best music the world has to offer. Drawing fundamental influence from the traditional box shape of European concert...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
31 Sturt St | Corner Southbank Boulevard and Sturt Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3006, Australia
Lovely relaxing atmosphere on arrival. Staff were welcoming and helpful with drinks available to wind down before the performance. Concert hall was spectacular and the sound was amazing. They showcase a wide range of musical styles, looking forward to going again in the future.
Went to a great show last night to watch Lea Delaria perform David Bowie’s Hits using the Jazz genre at Elizabeth Murdoch Theatre! Must say was very impressed with the seating, being over six foot I don’t always enjoy seating in a theatre, but great...More
The acoustics are great for classical music and acoustic shows - we've been to over 40 such performances there (I even performed in a choir there once) and were very happy with the sound. However the acoustics has been horrible for blues shows put on...More
Last night I attend a great concert of Cellist, songwriter and improvisor Vaudrey teaming up with renowned improvisational violinist Xani Kolac presenting an evening of unique arrangements for voice, strings and electronics.
The Salon at the Recital Centre has wonderful acoustics well suited to the...More
Recital Centre is a beautifully designed venue with fantastic acoustics. It's situated at the back of Arts Centre precinct.
Only minus is the lack of affordable dinner or lunch venues close by. As expected the drinks and snacks prices inside the venue are quite expensive....More
I went to a concert there last night, this building is magnificent and the architect is to be applauded. Beautiful Tasmanian timber, interesting designs, great acoustics, comfortable seats, easy access to any level, all seats get a wonderful view of the stage, air conditioning was...More
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I'd go for the back row in the circle. That's only because I am deaf in one ear so need to be able to sit centrally. The wings still provide a great view and high quality acoustics so, without m problems, either would be... More
I'd go for the back row in the circle. That's only because I am deaf in one ear so need to be able to sit centrally. The wings still provide a great view and high quality acoustics so, without m problems, either would be great. The hall is no large so quality is petty uniform.