Music Hall, Xi’an Conservatory of Music
Xi’an Conservatory of Music concert hall is a modern and professional music hall, designed purely for music shows. It is decorated in Chinese style with five colors of yellow/ red/ green/ white/ black.
Xi’an Conservatory of Music concert hall is composed of a concert hall, a small theatre, and other ancillary facilities. With a total area of over 1500 square meters and over 1200 seats, the concert hall is one of the largest concert halls in current domestic China colleges and universities, made in a canyon terrace style. The acoustic and decorative design provides excellent enjoyment of music.
Xi’an Conservatory of Music is referred to as the West Sound, located in the ancient capital of the historic city of Xi’an, and its predecessor is the Northwest College of Art Music, created in 1948 Shansi Suiyuan by Marshal He Long; the next year, in May, it followed the army from Xidu Yellow River to Xi’an and was named Northwest stratocracy university art academy music department, the only institution of higher learning of music in China’s northwest region.