Nature's Concert Hall - The Pavilion

Building The Pavilion is Stage 2 in creating Nature’s Concert Hall. Designed by architect Clinton Murray, it will be completed in time for the 2014 Festival.

Artist's impression of the new PavilionArtist's impression of the new Pavilion

Artist's impression of the new Pavilion
Artist's impression - Pavilion recital

Artist's impression of the new Pavilion
Artist's impression - Pavilion open air recital

The Pavilion will be the only purpose built, indoor recital hall in southeast NSW. The building will seat 160 people, will be equipped with state of the art acoustics, will be flexible in providing both performance and workshop space and have full connectivity.

The Pavilion will provide a focus for a range of activities including residences, workshops and performances, engaging new audiences in the creation and appreciation of music. It could also be a meeting place for an amateur music group, a local school to use for music making workshops or a place for an invited professional artist to respond to the unique environment of the region.

With its formal launch in April 2014, the centre will become available to the local community to use for events and performances year round. A critical component of activities will be the promotion and support of new and emerging artists, students and teachers.

The building of The Pavilion is being Project Managed by the fantastic Four Winds volunteers, Bill Caldicott and Bill Southwood.

Our team on site has been Neil Rankin, Simon Mitchell, Simon Timms, Paul Jones, Kel Matthews and Justin Higginbotham. Backed up by Don Hassan in the Rankin Builders office.

Join us in building this exciting new structure by following The Pavilion Construction Progress blog.

 

Image of the design of the new Pavilion
The Pavilion - Floor Plan and Elevations

 

Artist's impression of the new Pavilion
Artist's impression - Pavilion workshop
Artist's impression of the new Pavilion
Artist's impression - Pavilion projection