Melbourne Recital Centre

The Melbourne Recital Centre is ranked amongst the world's great halls for its uncompromised acoustic, architecture and artistic program.

We set out to showcase Melbourne Recital Centre's new venues - Elisabeth Murdoch Hall and The Salon - and their suitability for many musical genres, including chamber ensembles, small orchestras, choirs, vocal ensembles, solo voices and instruments.

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall


Location: Level 1 and Level 2
Capacity: 1000 fixed seats (712 Stalls, 288 Circle)
Elisabeth Murdoch Hall's unique design is intimate, acoustically superb and features world class technical facilities. It is ideally suited to the performance of ensemble music and spoken word and features a gently raked Stalls and Circle and unique, split level side balconies, giving excellent sightlines and outstanding acoustics from all seats.

Salon


Location: Ground Floor
Capacity: 130 concert seating (dependent on stage size), 100 seated dining, 180 standing reception

The Salon is a beautiful, flexible space that is perfect for intimate concerts, recordings, talks, receptions and dining. The tesselated timber lined walls feature an inscription of a section of graphic score by Australian composer Percy Grainger, which exquisitly links writing, music and ornament.

Ground Floor Foyer


Location: Ground Floor
Capacity: 400 standing reception

The Ground Floor Foyer provides a warm and friendly welcome to patrons and guests. With iconic interior design it contains the box office, cloakroom, toilets and two bars as well as providing easy access to the Salon or Elisabeth Murdoch Hall. The Ground Floor Foyer provides a large open space for pre-concert or conferencing refreshments.

Level 1 Foyer


Location: Level 1
Capacity: 240 standing reception, 120 seated dining (to be confirmed)

With stunning views through the unique 'bubble' glazing, the Level 1 Foyer is a refreshing and open space, providing access to the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Stalls and VIP Room. When used in conjunction with the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, the Level 1 foyer provides an ideal space for refreshments.

VIP Room


Location: Level 1
Capacity: 25 (to be confirmed) standing reception, 10 - 15 seated dining

The VIP Room is conveniently located in close proximity to the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Stalls and provides an ideal intimate reception, meeting or break-out space. It features an outdoor balcony, overlooking the National Gallery of Victoria, the Arts Centre and the city, as well as private ensuite facilities.

Level 2 Foyer


Location: Level 2
Capacity: 240 standing, 120 seated dining (to be confirmed)

The Level 2 Foyer continues the spacious feel of the Level 1 Foyer and provides access to the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Stalls and VIP Lounge. It too, features stunning views through the unique 'bubble' glazing and is an ideal space for cocktail receptions and refreshments.

VIP Lounge


Location: Level 2
Capacity: 25 (to be confirmed) standing reception, 10 - 15 seated dining

The VIP Lounge is conveniently located in close proximity to the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Circle and provides an intimate reception, meeting or break-out space. It features a outdoor balcony, overlooking the National Gallery of Victoria, the Arts Centre and the city.


 
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