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Concert Hall

Musikhuset Aarhus

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Danna
Danna
May 10, 2017
An Aarhusian icon of music and culture.
Janni & Lars
Janni & Lars
September 27, 2017
Concert hall and musical concerts
Johan
Johan
September 28, 2019
Music Hall and music conservatory and cafe bisides Aros, about 5 min walk
Erich
Erich
September 30, 2019
Music and theatre in an enormous complex, which also hosts the Conservatoire.
Karen Svarre
Karen Svarre
August 18, 2019
The Concert Hall Aarhus The Concert Hall (Musikhuset Aarhus) is the largest Concert Hall in Scandinavia and is home to the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, the Danish National Opera, the children's theatre "Filuren" and the Concert Hall Aarhus. Wide array of artists…

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Location
2 Thomas Jensens Allé
Aarhus C, 8000
Phone+45 89 40 40 40
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes in 28 minutes
Credit Cards
Yes (incl. American Express)
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