The Shanghai Concert Hall was founded in 1930 as "Nanjing Drama Hall". 1950 it was renamed to "Beijing Theatre" and finally in 1959 it received its current name, Shanghai Concert Hall. In order to make way for a Highway, the concert house was relocated in 2007. The Shanghai Concert Hall accommodates now over 1200 seats and was designed by the Chinese architect Fan Wen-Jiao. Enjoy a classical concert in the Shanghai Concert Hall. Purchase your tickets conveniently and safely at Classictic as E-Tickets.
Explore uncommon works of Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky.
The New York Philharmonic principal oboist and hornist each offer a beloved concerto.
An opportunity to experience Schubert's 'Great' Symphony under Neeme Järvi.
Yuja Wang combines stylistic flexibility with jaw-dropping technical prowess.
Two gentle and dusky swan songs from Strauss and Rott.
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