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Distler Performance Hall
The center's Distler Performance Hall, which is finished in maple-faced panels, has 300 seats and, according to acoustician Tony Hoover, its acoustics are optimized for chamber music. (David Lamb Photography) David Lamb Photography
Architecture

Daring music in safe surroundings

Tufts' Granoff center scores with its concert space, but its rather tame design falls short of innovative

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / February 18, 2007

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MEDFORD -- Sometimes a building can be wonderful for all its purposes, and yet not be particularly interesting as a work of architecture. (Full article: 883 words)

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