There are few concert halls across the world that can boast having an impeccable acoustic clarity, but Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California is one of these magnificent structures. Designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, this post-modern marvel attracts patrons from around the globe. Not only is the hall home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, but it is also often the venue for other functions, such as high profile speaking events. Gehry envisioned this meeting place as more of a civic center for all to enjoy, not just a concert hall.
Gehry was born in Toronto, Canada in 1929. He studied at the University of Southern California as well as . . .Read More