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The City Recital Hall is a performance space for solo recitals, chamber music and the spoken word.
The City Recital Hall is a performance space for solo recitals, chamber music and the spoken word. Designed in a shoebox shape based on the classical configuration of 19th century European concert halls, the hall has been engineering specifically for great acoustics.
2 Angel Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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