Your Colorado Symphony performs most often in Boettcher Concert Hall at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The hall, built in 1978, is this country's first 360-degree concert hall. More than 2700 seats are arranged in five seating areas (dress circle, orchestra, mezzanine, a section next to the stage and overhead rings floating above the lower seats). The reasoning behind the hall-in-the-round concept is so that no audience member is more than 85 feet from the stage, with more than 80% of the audience being seated within 65 feet of the stage.
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