This renovation will affirm Music Hall as one of the world's greatest performance venues, celebrate the hall's remarkable history, breathe new life and accessibility into the Music Hall experience and lay the foundation for a bright future. People from all over the country will look to Music Hall as one of the greatest renovations and restorations of this century.
- Otto M. Budig, Jr.
PROJECT NEWS AND UPDATES
Explore a timeline of key dates through Music Hall's history.
For a limited time, a gift of $5,000 to the Revitalization Project secures the naming of 1 pre-selected seat in the auditorium.
Though time is running out to catch a performance at Music Hall before the curtain closes for over a year, there is still time to name a seat in Springer Auditorium at Music Hall! Secure your seat before it's too late!
Music Hall is owned by the city of Cincinnati and therefore the people of Cincinnati. In a touching article, The Enquirer asked for individuals to share their memories, and in some cases stories of their ancestors' experiences and time at Music Hall. See more at Your most magical Music Hall memories.
City leaders and Music Hall's resident organizations have been working for over a decade to ensure the iconic building remains relevant to the Cincinnati community. Learn more about the journey to revitalize Music Hall at the Cincinnati Enquirer's webpage, Music Hall Renovation Timeline.