Our venues across the Harvard campus offer a range of options for event producers and audience members, including various capacities and acoustic designs. Here are four of our ticketed venues. Read more about our venue Accessibility.

upstairs view of the semicircular wooden balcony, orchestra and stage in Sanders Theatre

Sanders Theatre is located inside Memorial Hall at 45 Quincy Street. Completed in 1878 and a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the 1,000-seat red oak theatre offers an intimate 180-degree design which provides unusual proximity to the stage.

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Agassiz Theatre is located inside Agassiz House at 75 James Street. Completed in 1904 and featuring an amphitheater design, the 350-seat theatre is home to the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players and many other student productions.

stage right view of the rectangular wooden orchestra and mezzanine in Lowell Hall, with a grand piano center stage

Lowell Hall is located at 17 Kirkland Street. Completed in 1902 as the New Lecture Hall and renamed in 1959 for the donor, Harvard President Abbott Lawrence Lowell, the 352-seat hall is used for lectures, rehearsals and student performances.

orchestra view of the seating, aisle and elevated stage in Paine Hall, with a grand piano on stage

Paine Hall is located inside the Fanny Peabody Mason Music Building at 3 Oxford Street. Completed in 1914 and named for Harvard's first Professor of Music, John Knowles Paine, the 437-seat hall is used for concerts, classes and lectures.


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