Talar Fakhruddin As'ad Gorgani
Northern Iran

احداث تالار فخرالدين اسعد گرگاني در سال 1351 و در زميني به وسعت 3 هزار و 800 مترمربع با هدف تمركز دادن به برنامه‌هاي فرهنگي و هنري گرگان و دشت آغاز شد و هشتم ارديبهشت ماه 1357 توسط فرح ديبا همسر محمد رضا شاه پهلوي افتتاح گرديد.

كار ساخت اين تالار 450 نفره 6 سال به طول انجاميد و طراحي آن به گونه‌اي انجام شد كه دومين سن استاندارد تالار كشور بعد از تهران در گرگان ساخته شود. هرچند متخصصان فرانسوي عمليات تجهيز سيستم صوت و نور را عهده دار شدند، اما در سال 1358 تالار گرگان به سيستم صوتي ايتاليايي‌ها مجهز شد.
آواز شهرام ناظري در بهمن 1359 با حضور گروه موسيقي شيدا به سرپرستي استاد لطفي، اولين برنامه‌ا‌ي بود كه در اين تالار اجرا شد.
تالار فخرالدين اسعد گرگاني همواره شاهد برنامه‌هاي متعدد فرهنگي، هنري و اجتماعي شهر بوده است. به عبارت ديگر مي‌توان گفت اين تالار تنها ميزبان برگزاري تمامي جشنواره‌ها و همايش‌هاي مختلف استان مي‌باشد.

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Copyright: Omid Jafarnezhad
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Taken: 21/09/2011
Uploaded: 21/09/2011
Updated: 08/08/2014


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