We may be stuck in lockdown limbo but the folks at The Stoller Hall are dedicated to keeping creativity alive by offering recording and rehearsal space to local musicians and artists at a discounted rate. This popular city-centre music venue has been keeping spirits high during 2021’s opening weeks by hosting a variety of digital classical concerts showcasing a range of new and established talent. With The Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport deeming it possible for musical recordings and rehearsals to still take place amid restrictions, the venue has opened its doors to extend some further support to musicians and artists in the city.

Fitted with world-class acoustics and state-of-the-art equipment, The Stoller Hall is the perfect hire option for any creative looking for a city-centre space to capture streamed projects or record some new music. The venue’s iconic stage extends up to 12 meters, allowing it to cater for projects of any size and scale – from small ensembles to fully-fledged orchestras. Meanwhile, their Carole Nash Hall provides a more intimate setting, ideal for close-knit recordings, socially-distanced events or small-scale rehearsals.

The Stoller Hall team are working hard to ensure the safety of visitors, with increased sanitation stations, the regular cleaning of equipment and standard social distancing measures in place. Best of all, their pricing structure is completely flexible and can be tweaked to suit your specific needs and budget. To find out more, drop them a line or visit The Stoller Hall website.

Thu 11 Feb, The Stoller Hall,
Hunts Bank, Manchester City Centre, M3 1DA

Simon Bland
Published on:
Thu 11 Feb 2021