Early Venues

Gray’s Armory. The venue for the Orchestra’s first season.
Grays Armory
Masonic Auditorium. The Orchestra played here from 1919 until the opening of Severance Hall in 1931. Masonic Auditorium was used through the 1990s for the Orchestra’s commercial recordings.
Masonic Auditorium
Masonic Auditorium. The Orchestra played here from 1919 until the opening of Severance Hall in 1931. Masonic Auditorium was used through the 1990s for the Orchestra’s commercial recordings.
Public Auditorium
Public Auditorium. The Orchestra played the inaugural concert of Public Auditorium and continued to use the hall for summer concerts until 1968, when Blossom Music Center opened.
Public Auditorium
Public Auditorium. The Orchestra played the inaugural concert of Public Auditorium and continued to use the hall for summer concerts until 1968, when Blossom Music Center opened.

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