The renovation of Hamer Hall provided improved acoustics for both musicians and audience, and cutting-edge staging systems and rigging capability. Key features include new sidewalls at the stage and audience chamber, and a stage canopy that can be configured for different types of unamplified and amplified performances.

Hamer Hall, located in the Victoria Arts South Bank Arts Precinct, reopened in August 2012 after a two-year renovation. The transformation of the hall is regarded as stunning, as you can see from what others are saying:

The Australian, 13 August 2012
ABC News Australia, 10 August 2012
Limelight, 10 August 2012
video from the Herald Sun, 26 July 2012
also from Limelight, 28 June 2012
and from Arts Victoria

The renovation of Hamer Hall provided improved acoustics for both musicians and audience, and cutting-edge staging systems and rigging capability. Key features include new sidewalls at the stage and audience chamber and a stage canopy that can be configured for different types of unamplified and amplified performances. Kirkegaard provided room acoustics consulting in collaboration with Marshall Day Acoustics.
Project Details
Room Acoustics Design
Ashton, Raggart, McDougall, Architects, Melbourne, Australia
Schuler Shook, Theatre Consultants, Melbourne, Australia
2,661-seat concert hall
$135,800,000
Melbourne