Festival Concert Hall


Festival Concert Hall

Festival Concert Hall is a theatrical and musical performance facility in Fargo, North Dakota, United States.

Purpose

Festival Concert Hall is a proscenium theatre on the campus of North Dakota State University. The Hall is the primary performance facility for the University and is used both for student and faculty performances, as well as events by outside groups. The Hall is noted for its excellent acoustics, and is frequently used for recording as well as live performance.

pecifications

SeatingThe Hall has 997 seats, containing both a main seating level and a balcony. Handicap-accessible seating is available.

LightingMain lighting is provided by three house catwalks and three stage catwalks. Three box booms are located both stage left and stage right for additional lighting. There are three stage electrics used for both supplementary lighting, as well as for overhead acoustical clouds for musical performances. Lighting is controlled by a computer ETC Horizon interface. The hall is equipped with a variety of lighting instruments, primarily Strand Century ellipsoidals and ETC Source Four ellipsoidals.

SoundThe Hall is equipped with a 40-channel Mackie mixing console, equalizers, limiters, compressors, reverb units, and various recording media. Eight wireless receivers are used for both handheld and lavalier pickups. The Hall is equipped with a variety of microphones for varied uses.

FollowspotFestival Concert hall has in stock two professional followspots, located in spot decks rear of house left and right, above the balcony level.


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