Concert Hall “Dzintari” – view from Pegasa Pils Boutique SPA & Resort HotelJurmala , Latvia
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The concert hall complex “Dzintari” is well known in Latvia, Russia and other countries, because of the large number of different concerts and international festivals regularly taking place in the concert hall. This place is without a doubt on of the leading creators of cultural life in Latvia.
The famous concert hall complex consists of two separate halls, that can provide seating for more than 2500 people combined. The Small Hall, also known as the closed hall, was finished in year 1936 and now carries the status of cultural monument. Since the very beginning, a large number of concerts and festivals have taken place in this hall, that provides seating for more than 500 people. The Large Hall, that provides seating for more than 2000 people, is an open type concert hall. Therefore concerts and festivals are taking place at the hall only during the summer. The relatively short working season has not stopped this hall from gaining recognizability far beyond the borders of Latvia.
Location of the Concert Hall “Dzintari” is what adds something special to each of the events taking place at one of the two halls. Especially when concerts or festivals are taking place in the Large Hall, as the open construction allows for the fresh sea air to fill the hall.
It is reasonable to say that Concert Hall “Dzintari” could be the most well known place in Jurmala, that is well recognized abroad.
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