Griffin Concert Hall
- The 550-seat Griffin Concert Hall includes some of the most advanced acoustical design features in the region, including articulated walls, ceiling clouds, and raked seating designed to provide the highest quality sound.
- The hall is named in honor of Edna Rizley Griffin, a longtime advocate and benefactor of the performing arts, including the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Collins Lincoln Center.
- The hall hosts ensemble concerts, Ralph Opera Program productions, Gregory Allicar Museum of Art lectures, local performing arts organizations, and nationally and internationally acclaimed performers who find the space extraordinary.
- At the time of its opening in 2004, Griffin Concert Hall was ranked by the Denver Post as one of the five best venues in Colorado for classical music.
- Square footage: 7,800.
- The University Center for the Arts is furnished with more than 75 high-quality pianos distributed throughout the performance venues, rehearsal spaces, and practice rooms, including many new Steinways.
- Read about the opening event.