This fall, a bus shelter in downtown Sacramento became “The World’s Smallest Concert Hall” for an initiative by the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera. Launched on October 13 with a short concert performed by members of the Sacramento Philharmonic (below) and continuing through the end of November, the music hall/bus stop raised awareness of the regional arts scene. The shelter—directly across from the Sac Phil’s performance venue—was wrapped with images and information about upcoming Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera performances. Speakers played music by composers featured in the 2017-18 season, including Brahms, Mozart, Rossini and Tchaikovsky. Seats were donated by the city’s B Street Theatre, with red vinyl covering donated by Allied Custom Upholsterers, another local business. Matthew Buckman, the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera’s general manager, described it as “a wonderful opportunity to draw attention to some of the creative and cultural experiences in the city for people who maybe walk past that building every day and don’t know what it is. It’s an opportunity for us to display a little bit of what we do in front of our home.”