Aula Simfonia

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Timings : Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sunday: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Entry Fee : Varies from concert to concert

Aula Simfonia, Jakarta Overview

Situated in Kemayoran, Aula Simfonia Jakarta is a grand concert hall with a seating capacity of a whopping one thousand and two hundred people, which include both orchestra as well as choir seats. Every two weeks, this hall hosts mesmerizing classical concerts. This glorious site is, at present, the sole concert hall in Indonesia. The primary director of the Aula Simfonia Jakarta is the artistic Stephen Tong, and this hall is one of the parts that are supposed to comprise the Reformed Millennium Center Indonesia development, which also includes other landmarks as part of the project.

Inaugurated in 2009, the grandiose Aula Simfonia Jakarta features the largest pipe organ in Indonesia, which was built by Casavant Freres. The key highlight of this place is its strategically designed layered ceiling, which not only amplifies the sounds emitted during the performances successfully but also adeptly filters out the excessive noise of the surroundings, thus achieving a delightful acoustic level. This is the reason why Aula Simfonia Jakarta has never felt the need to use microphones, and it has also been able to achieve the frequency of thirty-five decibels, which can rarely be accomplished.

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Being one of the most renowned concert halls in the world, Aula Simfonia Jakarta has witnessed performers in great numbers, both local as well as international. The concerts that take place inside the hall range from the melodious Balinese gamelan performances to the captivating Western classical music, among other things. The melodies of Mozart, Mahler, and Beethoven often come to life within these walls.

Apart from the performances, the dignified Aula Simfonia Jakarta is also home to one of the most intricately designed pipe organ. With three thousand, two hundred and seventeen pipes, this musical instrument had been built in 1962 and weighs over ten tons.

This antique pipe organ is also one of the reasons why Aula Simfonia Jakarta receives large crowds of people. In addition to the main pipe organ, several other pipe organs have been used to decorate the wall behind the wooden music hall stage.

Dominated by brown tones, the interior of the regal Aula Simfonia Jakarta is surrounded by various artworks by renowned composers, as well as statues and figurines that represent different musical instruments from all around the world, which draw in art connoisseurs too.

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