3400 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
In 1939, Alfred Jenkins Shriver, a local lawyer who specialized in estates and testaments, left the University the residue of his estate to build a lecture hall. According to the conditions of the will, the building's walls were adorned with murals depicting the Hopkins class of 1891 (Shriver's class), ten philanthropists of Baltimore, ten "famous beauties of Baltimore" (as chosen by Shriver), the original Hopkins faculties of philosophy and medicine, the original Boards of Trustees of the University and Hospital, and Baltimore clipper ships. Construction on the building was completed in 1954.
Today, Shriver Hall houses the largest auditorium on campus. Students and community members visit Shriver to hear the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra and to enjoy movie screenings, symposia speakers, comedy shows, concerts, and other special events.
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra Concert 8pm 4/26
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 8:00 pm Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus Jed Gaylin, Conductor Free pre-concert talk, 7pm Program: Concerto...
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra Concert4/20/2013
Hypnotist Tom DeLuca9/1/2013
O A Cappella Show9/3/2013
O Dance Show9/7/2013
Kelsey Tracey left a positive review 3/2/2011
Can't wait to see Ben Kronberg...
Chris Aldrich left a positive review 1/8/2010
Shriver Hall is truly one of the most magnificent movie palaces in the country. With over 1100 seats including a 300 seat balcony, it it technologically one of the most lovely places in all the world to see films!
I could literally live here!
Shriver Hall posted a photo 10/28/2008
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For directions, please visit http://www.shriverconcerts.org/directions.php.
Secure parking for all Shriver Hall events is available in the South Garage, entered from Wyman Park Drive. The north-end elevator brings passengers to the surface just adjacent to Shriver Hall. The south-end elevator (inside the glassed-in Parking Office) brings passengers to the Mason Hall Lobby and closer to the path between the Hopkins campus and the Baltimore Museum of Art.