NDSU Festival Concert Hall

Festival Concert Hall is an acoustically excellent, 1,000-seat hall, opened in 1981. FCH is the concert home for all NDSU music major ensembles, major Theatre NDSU musical productions, the F-M Symphony, the F-M Opera, and for special concert and performance appearances by groups such as the Vienna Boys Choir, The Second City, Arlo Guthrie, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Smuin Ballet, The National Symphony Orchestra, Christopher O'Riley, the Harlem Gospel Choir, and other touring arts organizations. Festival Concert Hall is also available for rental.

Festival Concert Hall is an acoustically excellent, 1,000-seat hall, opened in 1981. FCH is the concert home for all NDSU music major ensembles, major Theatre NDSU musical productions, the F-M Symphony, the F-M Opera, and for special concert and performance appearances by groups such as the Vienna Boys Choir, The Second City, Arlo Guthrie, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Smuin Ballet, The National Symphony Orchestra, Christopher O'Riley, the Harlem Gospel Choir, and other touring arts organizations. Festival Concert Hall is also available for rental. Festival Concert Hall is located in the southwest corner of the North Dakota State University campus, at the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Bolley Drive. Beckwith Recital Hall has the same acoustical excellence as FCH but is a smaller setting with capacity being 200. It is used as a classroom for Art and Music as well as faculty, student and small group recitals. Beckwith is also available for outside rental. Beckwith Recital Hall is located in the southwest corner of the North Dakota State University campus, at the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Bolley Drive.

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Festival Concert Hall

Beckwith Recital Hall

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Mallari Ackerman

Mallari Ackerman

Director of Sales, Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau
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