Bass Concert Hall
2350 Robert Dedman Dr., UT campus
Located on the UT campus, Bass Concert Hall boasts some of the best acoustics in Austin. Opened in 1981, the grand and stately room remains a key local venue not only for classical ensembles like the Kronos Quartet and jazz legends including Sonny Rollins, but regularly hosts pop and rock stalwarts ranging from Duran Duran to Los Lobos. Broadway shows? Check. And where else could Philip Glass bring his genre-defying musical adaptation of Leonard Cohen’s poetry? The theatre holds 2,900 people on three levels.
Sat., July 9, 8pm and Sun., July 10, 8pm
Flight of the Conchords
Tue., July 12, 8pm
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Art in this exhibit was created by seniors living independently, those who attend adult health programs, many who live with dementia & Alzheimer's, and residents of local nursing homes. Mon., May 9 - Tue., Aug. 9Through Aug. 9.
- 2005: Critics Best Excuse to Dress Up (Performances at Bass Concert Hall (Ballet, Symphony, Opera))
- 1996: Readers Best Place To Dress Up
- 1994: Readers Best Dance Space
- 1993: Critics Best Performing Arts Center: National/ International Acts