Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall

David M. Schwarz
1998





This 2,056-seat multi-purpose facility is the permanent home of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Dallas Ballet, Fort Worth Opera, Cliburn Concerts, and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, as well as special presentations by Casa Mañana.

The entrance--at an angle and the side

The performance hall opens directly onto Sundance Square, a lively entertainment area in downtown Fort Worth.
 
Hungarian sculptor Márton Váró created the monumental trumpet-blowing angels on the side of the building. They are 48 feet tall and made of limestone.


See interior views on official Bass Hall page.

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