Pärnu Concert Hall was built in 2002 and it plays an important role in the city’s cultural life. Its gallery, café, music school and shop bring life to building all day long, but the glass façade of the building makes it particularly impressive at night when the lights are on. The building has two halls with excellent acoustics that can be used for almost anything from chamber concerts to performances requiring large orchestras and from scientific conferences to banquets.
Useful information: - The architects who designed the building are K Koov, K Nõmm and H Grossschmidt. - The only organ with Spanish trumpets and 49 registers in Estonia is located here.