Many people are of the opinion that the craze for concerts has died in recent years. They blame social media for the situation and the lack of understanding of music developed by this generation. Although there is little truth to this notion the ones who say so must not have been to a concert in the murategyptian room at old national centre.
The auro and the ambiance at the concert room are second to none and no amount of podcast videos and real-time online concerts can change this fact. Entertainment lovers from across the globe have visited this concert room and so have the musicians from a variety of categories. Ranging from pop musicians to the alternative rock bands, the place has seen its share of musical brilliance on the stage.
A Historic Shrine Of Music And Entertainment
It was back in 1909 when the construction of the Murat Egyptian Room was completed. It is owned by the Murat Shriners of the Ancient Order Of Egyptian Nobles. The center is easily among the most notable spots to be in Indianapolis.
The architecture reflects the history of the city as the center is the only shrine temple in the world which has a name of the French origin. It represents the idea of Indianapolis which is beautifully put to effect with the beautiful architectural design and mastery.
The concert room at the Center has the capacity of 1800 people and the art theatre can hold up to 2600 people. This makes it the perfect place for a variety of art shows. Be it a major concert with a huge audience or an intimate performance with just a few guests, the old national center is the perfect place.