Let’s take an easy walk to Taiwan National Theatre and National Concert Hall from Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Square. The twin performing art venue which face each other in the Chung Shan South Road was completed in the year 1987.
Both Taiwan National Theatre and National Concert Hall architecture demonstrate the artistic concept of classical Chinese structure.
If you stand in the Liberty Square entrance, you will see National Theatre on the south and the National Concert Hall on the north of the landmark.
National Theatre Hall
The National Theatre has the mimic design of the palace of Ta-Ho hall. Wonder what is today’s show in theatre?
Most of the time operas will be held inside this venue and it became the major performance that attract tourist from all over the world.
National Concert Hall
A far away look on the National Concert Hall where this building will host the best international music every year.
The art of music is celebrated where both Chinese and international symphony orchestras with choirs echo in this hall.
Love the lightning on the National Concert Hall except the spotlight that shine towards my face, ouch.
We didn’t buy any entrance ticket to National Concert Hall or National Theatre Hall because there’s no performance by Jay Chou. Haha 😉
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