Landmark Albany Building Has Been Repurposed As A Concert Venue
Nestled on the corner of Lark Street and Hudson Avenue in downtown Albany is one of the city's most beautiful and enduring buildings that has been repurposed as a live concert venue.
Lark Hall has a storied history and a future that is ready to tell more stories through live music.
In all honesty, if I had not stumbled upon Lark Hall online, I never would have known it's sotory story. Constructed in 1916, for years it was utilized as a meeting space and performance hall in the heart of the Lark Street neighborhood. If you are getting lost admiring the brownstones and treelined streets in the area, you could miss it as you would never know the amazing space that lies inside those fairly common-looking walls.
As you will see below, what is inside is a beautifully restored and repurposed concert venue for smaller intimate audiences of about 300. The hall features the old-school charm of hardwood floors, pews, and a small intimate stage that will take you back to a bygone era.
Owner and General Manager Jennifer Miller and her team kicked off their renovation project in 2018 and worked through the pandemic to start putting on concerts this past July 2021. This room screams "perfect space to see a small intimate, acoustic show" and hopefully, we are gathering in this beautiful spot soon to watch some of Nashville's finest. Take a peek inside in the photos below, and check out the full schedule of upcoming Lark Hall events here.