Situated on Strathmore’s 16-acre campus, the soaring, acoustically brilliant Music Center at Strathmore has been open since 2005. The Music Center is home to six resident artistic partner organizations that present performances in the 1,976-seat Concert Hall and classes in the Education Center. Designed by William Rawn Associates Architects, Inc, acousticians Kirkegaard Associates, and Theatre Project Consultants, the Concert Hall features state-of-the-art adjustable acoustics, making it pitch perfect for non-amplified events and tunable for amplified music. Each year, the Music Center stage hosts world-class orchestral performances as well as major international touring artists in every genre.
Parking and access are easy with the adjacent Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station, with garage parking connected to the Music Center via an enclosed pedestrian sky bridge. Round out your visit to Strathmore with a meal in the Allegro Kitchen.
Located in the thriving and rapidly changing North Bethesda District in Montgomery County, AMP is the nexus of live entertainment in the growing neighborhood of Pike & Rose. Food and drink menus change seasonally, and music changes nightly, featuring an eclectic mix of genres in an upscale casual atmosphere that will entice neighbors from across the street, and music fans from across the DMV.
The live music and dining concept has a capacity of about 230 for a performance, and features a 2,800 square foot concert space and 1,100 square foot lounge. AMP is also available for corporate meetings, weddings, and other private events. Located on Metro’s Red Line at the White Flint stop, AMP is easily accessible by car or public transit.
Built in 1899, the Mansion at Strathmore was first home to prominent Washingtonian Captain James Frederick Oyster and his wife. Today, the Mansion at is home to intimate concerts presented by Strathmore in the warm and acoustically superb 100-seat Dorothy M. and Maurice C. Shapiro Music Room. The Mansion’s dynamic art galleries, spanning two floors and multiple rooms, feature artists from the region and around the world in expansive exhibitions. The venue also features the Shop at Strathmore and the Strathmore Tea Room, serving Afternoon Tea on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and select Saturdays. Historical tours of the Mansion and private rentals are also available.
The Mansion at Strathmore is located at 10701 Rockville Pike, with parking on site. Hours and events can be found on the Strathmore website.
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