Helzberg Hall is the base of the Kansas City Symphony and one of the main performing halls of the impressive Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Its vineyard-style seating reminiscent of terraces in a grape plantation ensures there is no single bad seat. Due to this arrangement, there is an intimate feel to this hall, where you can catch your favorite artists from a very close range. This oval-shaped concert hall also boasts to have one of the best pipe organs in the country. The Julia Irene Kauffman Casavant Organ, Opus 3875 was custom built for this facility and is a key part of this venue's excellent acoustics.