University of Edinburgh – St Cecilia’s Hall

Originally opened in 1763, St Cecilia’s Hall is the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland. It is the only place in the world where it is possible to hear eighteenth century music in an eighteenth century concert hall played on eighteenth century instruments. Owned by The University of Edinburgh, it contains one of the world’s most important collections of historic musical instruments, many of which remain playable in a concert setting.

Azzurro supplied all furniture for the refurbishment of this beautiful building working closely with the University and architects Page & Park.

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Other Projects

To view the case studies in more detail please follow the links below. If you would like further information on any of our projects please do not hesitate to call.

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Kilmardinny House

15th January 2018

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Abertay University

15th January 2018

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University of Edinburgh – St Cecilia’s Hall

15th January 2018

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City of Glasgow College – City Campus

11th February 2017

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Savills

11th February 2017

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110 Queen Street

11th February 2017

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National Museum of Scotland

11th February 2017

Heriot Watt University 1

Heriot Watt University – The Oriam

11th February 2017

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Argyle & Bute Council – Helensburgh Offices

16th November 2015

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University of Edinburgh – Systems Medicine

16th November 2015

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