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Tivoli was founded in 1843, and its present concert hall was opened in 1956, after the earlier one burned down in 1944. The concert hall is the largest in Copenhagen, with seats for 1692 spectators, and therefore often attracts big foreign names within classical, rock, pop and jazz music and the entertainment genre. Tivoli's own symphony orchestra performs here as well. Tivoli's concert hall has a bar and its own cloakroom. Ticket prices include entrance to the Tivoli attractions.
Situated in one of the most stunning buildings in Kronprinsensgade, which dates back to 1807, the Copenhagen Music Theater (Københavns Musikteater), locally referred to as "The Other Opera" caters specifically to musical drama. Setting the ambiance right, the Københavns Musikteater also stages contemporary and classical music performances. The aim of the theater is to create power-packed performances that combine music and cultural expression. The Københavns Musikteater is split into an auditorium and a small project room.
More than a concert hall, the DR Koncerthuset is a stunning masterpiece designed by the very talented and eccentric French fiend, Jean Nouvel. The deep cobalt blue facade of the concert hall gives the impression of merging with the sky, and the partly translucent screen reflects the clouds and current weather conditions. Home of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, this performance venue features four concert halls, each with a distinct architectural style. To add to the uniqueness of the venue, the engineering of acoustics in the venue is top-notch. Brainchild of expert Yasuhisa Toyota, the acoustics alter themselves to complement the genre of performance being held.
Located within a modernistic building with steely gray architecture and sharp lines, Amager Bio attracts the best entertainers in the music business. A superb seating layout, wide stage area and state-of-the-art sound and lighting effects make this a dream venue for performers and audiences alike. Amager Bio is part of Amager Kulturpunkt (Culture Point), which is Copenhagen's entertainment hotbed.