Copley Symphony Hall
Concert Hall, Performing Arts, Music Venue
- Copley Symphony Hall was originally built in the 1920s as a movie palace but was later adapted into a symphony hall. Enjoy the orchestra's vast talent and great acoustics.
- It is nice that this theatre allows food and beverage inside the auditorium (as prominently displayed on every entry door); however, having to drink champagne out of a 'sippy cup' is downright tacky!
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- From their popular summer pops series with luminaries that include Broadway and pop stars to their classical series with the heavy hitters, the symphony has a concert for everyone.
- Valet parking is $20 - not too bad.
- When the San Diego Master Chorale sings with the Symphony, the result is amazing!
- Good acoustics
- The Nutcracker...
- Great auditorium, very helpful and professional staff. I attended the One evening with Keli O Hara - Matthew Morrison . Excellent show, love the performers and the San Diego Symphony Orchestra.
- Beautiful music hall with great seats!
- The seats toward the back are actually a lot more comfortable than the ones in the front. The front ones get sat in more / are worn out.
- Always a great place to hear music.
- Use your student ID and get $10 rush tickets (even cheaper if you're a SDSU student)
- Parking is insanely complicated here!
- A very big hall for concerts
- At youth symphony concert. Fantastic! The talent is extraordinary!
- Place is ok... Hopefully they hire a new director soon
- The parking isn't too bad, there's a place right across the street that's nice and close, although it is $20.
- Reciently redone. Looks pretty damn good.
- Loved the concert. Wish the Symphony would have had Dave Mustaine's amp up louder.