SPMH (The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and promoting Cincinnati's historic Music Hall.

SPMH members are people from all walks of life who are dedicated to preserving not only the structure of Music Hall as a national historic monument, but also want to preserve the memories of people who've performed and attended events here. SPMH also works to promote Music Hall as one of the world's foremost performing arts and entertainment facilities.

Music Hall was built in 1878 and was recognized as a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior in 1975. Music Hall is owned by the City of Cincinnati and managed by the Cincinnati Arts Association.

Music Hall has been listed as one of America's most endangered historic places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Find out how you can help preserve Music Hall.

SPMH Presents Music Hall Did You Know Music Hall Behind the Scenes SPMH Accomplishments
The Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Organ A Mighty Wurlitzer Concert
Join us Tue., May 12, for ''Kings of Silent Comedy with the Mighty Wurlitzer'' - music, laughter and all
the popcorn you can eat.
Historic Sketch of Music Hall Discover the Rich History of Music Hall
From choral music and industrial expositions to boxing and fancy balls, Music Hall has stood in service to Cincinnati since 1878.
Chandelier Become a Volunteer Tour Guide for Music Hall!
Here's your opportunity to experience the hall's history - and share the stories with others!
Timeline History of Music Hall Your Contribution to SPMH counts!
Since its founding in April 1987, SPMH has made significant contributions to this treasured facility.
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