Vahdat Hall

Iran, Tehran

The Vahdat Hall, formerly known as the Roudaki Hall, is one of Iran’s most well-equipped and largest venues for opera, music, and theater. Constructed by Eugene Aftandilian, based on Vienna’s Opera Hall model, it was inaugurated in 1967 in honor of the great Iranian poet and musician, Abu Abdullah Roudaki. This complex includes two performance halls: “Vahdat Hall” and “Roudaki Hall.” Vahdat Hall encompasses a ground floor and three balcony levels designed in a horseshoe shape. The building comprises of two basements, a concert hall with a stage and an audience area on the ground floor, and an administrative building.


Shahriar St., Hafez Ave.
Phone: +98 21 66731419