Inside The Rebuilding Of The New York Philharmonic’s Hall: Will The Acoustics Finally Be Good?

Renovation is a weak term for this undertaking. … Acousticians scrutinized every block and beam in the auditorium and the architects bent their design to the properties of sound.” Justin Davidson looks into what made David Geffen Hall’s sound problematic and how it’s being fixed. – New York Magazine

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