We, the Glazer family, have been presenting free concerts, open to the public, for over 15 years.
In 2007, we moved into our newly built, self designed home in Wadeview Park so that we could offer a better experience for our guests as well as for our performers, who come from all over the world. The room has 125 seats, over three levels, and has become a great incubator of new art and music, with well over 2000 world premieres, music of all genres, plays, independent films, poetry, and more.
We went to great lengths to build a space that is warm and welcoming, has great acoustics and equipment, and is very well soundproofed. Hopefully, you have to be inside the house to hear anything at all when we have a concert. We hold our events at 7:30pm, and most are over by 9:30pm.
In the near future, we would love to build a new lobby and green room, so that our guests could spend more time inside (as opposed to chatting in the backyard), and thus minimizing even more the impact of our events on our neighbors. The lobby would house the artwork, and would be open to everyone, as are all our concerts.
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