Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall Princeton University

Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall Princeton University
Acoustics and Sound Systems

Project Description

Considered one of Princeton’s most colorful and historic buildings, this monumental 1892 Romanesque structure, built as a convocation hall, was renovated into an 800-seat concert hall. Acoustic improvements and historic integrity were both high priority goals during the renovation. The hall is heavily used as a recording facility, including several major labels (DGG, RCA/BMG, CBS Sony, among others). One of the most highly-regarded recording engineers listed Richardson among the great halls for symphonic recording, along with Amsterdam’s Concertgebow and Carnegie Hall. Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland and Boston are among the orchestras recorded by this engineer, who has earned six Grammys.

KMK Services

Acoustic Consulting Services, Sound and Communication Ssystems Program/Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration

Project Information

Location: Princeton, NJ
Project Manager: Nathan Randall, Concert Manager 609-258-4239

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