Gantner Concert Hall
Located in Haas Fine Arts Center, Robert Gantner Concert Hall is a 600-seat facility used for ensemble concerts, solo recitals, dance, opera, and musical theatre. Located on stage are two matching Steinway concert grand pianos and a Bösendorfer Imperial grand piano. An Aeolian-Skinner 46 rank pipe organ also is located in Gantner Concert Hall.
In 1974 the concert hall was named in honor of Robert Gantner, professor emeritus of music.
Directions to Haas Fine Arts Center from Highway 12, at the intersection of Clairemont Avenue and Patton Street in Eau Claire
- Circle park/fire station on Patton Street and Lexington Boulevard, to State Street
- Turn right on State Street
- Proceed on State Street to Summit Avenue and turn left at the lights
- Proceed on Summit Avenue across the bridge, where Summit Avenue becomes Water Street
- Haas Fine Arts Center (Water Street) is on your left
SUGGESTED PARKING — WATER STREET PARKING LOT AND HAAS FINE ARTS PARKING LOT (PERMITS REQUIRED MONDAY–FRIDAY 6 AM–3 PM)