Built in 1878, Music Hall was designed by acclaimed architect Samuel Hannaford, and in many ways it served as the city’s Convention Center up through the late 1960’s.  Today, Music Hall remains one of the most adaptable historic concert venues in the world.

Despite being comprised of three separate buildings that are seemingly under one roof, Music Hall is best known for its central portion: the Springer Auditorium. The resident companies, which include the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestras, and May Festival continue to perform at Music Hall.

For more information on Music Hall, please visit the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA), who serves as the manager of Music Hall, and the Society for the Preservation of Music Hall (SPMH), a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and promoting this historic venue.

THE SPRINGER AUDITORIUM, NAMED IN HONOR OF Music hall's founding patron, Reuben springer, is acclaimed for its acoustics and old world charm. Learn more about music hall's beginings at the society for the preservation of music hall's website.

THE SPRINGER AUDITORIUM, NAMED IN HONOR OF Music hall's founding patron, Reuben springer, is acclaimed for its acoustics and old world charm. Learn more about music hall's beginings at the society for the preservation of music hall's website.