Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Snape Maltings, Suffolk
ARUP ASSOCIATES ; HEPWORTH, Barbara
Buildings -- Change of use ; Concert halls
Exterior view: the Concert Hall Buildings (ARUP, 1967 - right), The Britten-Pears Building (1979 - left). Erected as a venue for the Aldeburgh Festival, founded in 1948 by Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears and Eric Crozier. Converted and extended from pre-existing 19th century maltings buildings. The site is still undergoing renovation and conversion  and contains the Concert Hall, Rehearsal Rooms, Galleries, Craft Shops, Sculptures, Shops, Studios and private housing units. Google maps < https://goo.gl/maps > .
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Creator Dates - Born:
Architectural and engineering firm.
Tourism and art
Tourism -- England (Suffolk)
Architecture -- England (Suffolk)
Britten, Benjamin, 1913-1976
Architecture -- 1900-2000
Music halls (Variety-theatres, cabarets, etc.) -- England
Buildings -- Repair and reconstruction
Architecture -- 1800-1900