Bing Concert Hall

Project Description

The recently completed Bing Concert Hall is a 844-seat vineyard style hall (the "concert hall"). The hall is an acoustically exceptional venue that is well suited for a range of music groups from small chamber ensembles to a medium-sized orchestra. The concert hall feature visiting artists in an environment ideally suited to their art and will potentially give Stanford the reputation for being one of the country’s premier presenters of chamber, recital, and world music. Located at the gateway to the campus, the concert hall sits adjacent to the existing Frost Amphitheater at the east end of Museum Way on Lasuen Mall. The hall's main entry plaza faces the existing Cantor Arts Center on the other side of Palm Drive. Visitors can enjoy direct access to the concert hall facilitating stronger ties among the university, regional artists, and audiences.


Project Data

Department/School President/Provost
Architect Ennead Architects, LLP
Contractor Turner Construction
Gross Square Feet (New Construction) 114,280 SF
Construction Schedule Spring 2010-Summer 2012
Project Manager Maggie Burgett
Project Website

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Current Activity

Current Work
  • Complete
Safety Reminders
  • Expect noise, including backup bells and dust.
  • No unauthorized persons may enter the construction site without Turner's authorization for your safety and the safety of the workers.
  • Pedestrians should use marked pathways and alternate pedestrian routes.
  • Expect truck traffic. Use caution while walking or biking along Museum Way when trucks are present.
Notes For additional information on this project, contact the project manager, Maggie Burgett.