In Moscow, the construction of an International Music Dome incorporating three halls is near-ing completion. The Great Philharmonic Hall of the Dome seats 1800 listeners and excels by originality and outstanding architectural design. It is mainly meant for the performance of classical symphonic concerts without electronic support of the performers. The special feature of the hall is that it can be used for three different concert forms requiring different perform-ance qualities: organ concerts, symphonic concerts, chamber concerts. Each of these three concert forms calls for specific room-acoustical conditions. Computer simulation and Physical model measurements have helped to optimize these corresponding optimal acoustic condi-tions.
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