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Opened in 2003, the Elvera Voth Hall is the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts? performance and rehearsal space. It is best described as a very flexible venue that can be used in a variety of ways, including recitals, lectures, public meetings, fundraising, rehearsals, black box theatre, and other special events.

Serving as the newest venue in the Alaska Center, the Elvera Voth Hall was named after Elvera Voth, a former faculty member of the UAA and the Anchorage Community College. She is notable for being a director of the Anchorage Community Chorus and for founding the Alaska Chamber Singers. She also formed the East Hill Singers when she moved to Kansas.

The Elvera Voth Hall boasts of various technologies and innovations that make it the perfect venue for performances and events.
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