Located in the heart of the city, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is one of Scotland's most prestigious concert and art venues, featuring world-class jazz, pop, classical, rock and folk music performances. The hall plays host to nearly 250 concert bills per year, welcoming some of the biggest names in music history including, BB King, Johnny Cash, Van Morrison, David Byrne, Ray LaMontagne, The Eels and Debbie Harry.
See the musical pride of Scotland
The hall is also home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and boasts the largest performance space on the concert hall grounds - and is capable of seating 2,475 guests.
Experience top-level talent in a world-class atmosphere
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is home to several international orchestras, soloists and conductors, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, the Scotland and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Celia Bartoli, Julian Lloyd Webber and Maxim Vengerov.
More than just a concert hall
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is not simply just a beautiful art house designed with the express purpose of delivering the highest quality of musical sound possible. Visitors will have a range of spaces within the hall to explore and make use of including, the 400-person capacity Strathclyde Suite, the 300-person capacity exhibition hall, the 300-person capacity Lomond and Clyde foyers, the 100-person capacity Strathclyde Bar, the 150-person capacity City of Music Studio, the 40-person capacity VIP Room and the 120-person capacity Buchanan Suite. The Royal Scottish National Orchestra Centre also houses a dedicated education space, the Robertson Learning and Engagement Center. The hall also exhibits art and photographic exhibitions, and is a popular place for hosting graduation ceremonies for Glasgow Caledonian University students.
Take a virtual tour of the hall
Either prior to your visit or following a concert experience, take yourself on a virtual tour of the main auditorium at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and visualize your view of the stage from your seat.
Shop, dine or have a refreshing drink
The hall also has a gift shop, five bars and café. When it's time to feed your appetite following the day's festivities, take a moment to visit the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall eatery Café Encore for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Stay in touch when hosting an event
The concert hall also has free Wi-Fi available to all guests.