Stambaugh offers Concert Hall app

Stambaugh Auditorium is using a new app to bring its performances to the public.

The Digital Concert Hall allows users to watch past Stambaugh performances on television, computers and smart phones.

According to Stambaugh CEO / COO Matt Pagac, “It was Henry Stambaugh’s wish for a public auditorium to be constructed for ‘the enjoyment, pleasure, entertainment and education of the citizens of Youngstown and surrounding areas.’ Over the last several months we have had to work on adjusting our business model to offer virtual and hybrid events. Now we are able to take that one step further by making that content easily accessible to the community, and worldwide.”

Several recently recorded performances already are available to download or stream in the app. New content will be added throughout the year. Content will include recitals and performances from Opera Western Reserve, Stambaugh Youth Concert Band and organists on the E.M. Skinner Pipe Organ as well as documentaries and interviews with artists.

Opera Western Reserve’s fall production, “OWR Presents: A Taste of Traviata,” will premiere digitally at 7 p.m. Nov. 13. It will feature highlights from “La Traviata” recorded and produced at Stambaugh. The Digital Concert Hall app can be used to reserve access to the event.

The app is available to download from Apple’s App Store, The Google Play Store and Amazon’s App Store as well as AppleTV- and RokuTV-enabled devices. Full download instructions and links are available at stambaughauditorium.com/digitalconcerthall.

The Digital Concert Hall app is free to download. Some premium content can be unlocked through in-app purchases. For additional information, contact Stambaugh Auditorium at 330-747-5175 or email info@stam baughauditorium.com.


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