Leslie Martin, Architecture, Photo, Architect, Scotland, Building, Picture, UK
Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall – design by Sir Leslie Martin with RMJM
Glasgow Concert Hall
Commonwealth Games Cultural Venues
The Culture and External Affairs Minister has announced funding to redevelop two of Glasgow’s leading venues in time for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Address: 2 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, G2 3NY
Photos from 3 Apr 2011:
Fiona Hyslop confirmed the Scottish Government has allocated more than a million pounds from its 2011/12 budget for work on the Theatre Royal and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Scottish Opera will receive £605,000 to progress plans to upgrade the Theatre Royal while the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) will receive £413,000 towards the redevelopment of its new home at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 28 Feb 2011
Granted Royal status post-completion the Glasgow International Concert Hall replaced St Andrews Hall, Charing Cross: it burned down in 1962.
The Royal Concert Hall opened in time for Glasgow’s European City of Culture Year in 1990.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Architect – Leslie Martin
Contact the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall : 0141 287 5511
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Ticket Centre, Candleriggs
Mon-Sun: 9:30am-6:30pm Sun: 10am – 5pm
Leslie Martin (1908 – 99) – Key Leslie Martin Buildings:
1960-1962: Harvey Court, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge
1963-1964: William Stone Building, Peterhouse College, Cambridge
1978-1984: Faculty of Music, West Rd, Cambridge
Key building adjacent to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall:
photograph : Richard Davies
Scottish Concert Hall – Perth
Glasgow Armadillo – Concert Venue
photo © Isabelle Lomholt
The name of Leslie Martin lives on in the Martin Centre for Architectural Studies, Cambridge
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