Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
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The beautifully restored Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, home to the Oregon Symphony, opened in 1984 and was originally called the Portland Public Theatre, built in 1928.
The Italian Rococo Revival architecture was said to be the national showcase of Rapp & Rapp, renowned Chicago theatre architects. Visitors are greeted by a 65 foot high `Portland` sign above the Broadway Marquee, which contains approximately 6,000 theatrical lights.
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