The hall can be configured three ways to create an optimal acoustic and viewing environment for a variety of performances:
- A large stage for orchestral groups
- A small stage for jazz ensembles, chamber groups and vocal recitals
- A proscenium stage (with wings) for theatre and dance performances. This layout can also host opera and musical theatre productions with an orchestra pit for 48 musicians
The hall's flexibility is accomplished with an adjustable concert shell system of moveable towers, pivoting panels and ceiling reflectors. This system is then seamlessly integrated into the house, merging audience and performer by diminishing the usual separation created by a traditional proscenium.
The hall features catwalks over the stage to allow for rigging scenery or adding lighting and draperies and a technical booth at the back of hall.
The design also includes a green room, multiple dressing rooms, and ample storage space. Front-of-house includes a reception area, food and beverage concession, and ticket booth.
The concert hall is currently on track to achieve the LEED Silver designation for green building standards.