Victoria Concert Hall


The Victoria Concert Hall is the oldest concert hall in Singapore and has been the Home of the SSO since 1980. The 673-seat hall is part of the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall complex which reopened in July 2014 after an extensive renovation that both preserved the historical beauty of the buildings and created an intimate performance space for music groups of different sizes.

What's on at Victoria Concert Hall #

The SSO works with our own musicians and international artists to present world-class chamber performances as part of our VCHpresents series of concerts, as well as intimate SSO subscription concerts, concerts for families and other special events. Discover the VCHpresents season here.

Besides the SSO's own programmes, the VCH and its rehearsal spaces are also available for public booking through the VTVCH venue operator, Arts House Limited, which can be reached at VCH is equipped with a 2,012-pipe 31-stop manual Klais organ.

Experience Victoria Concert Hall 360° #

The Victoria Concert Hall’s Klais organ is Singapore’s only fully mechanical organ, and has strong emotional links with generations of audiences. It was first installed in 1987 through fundraising efforts from the then-newly formed Singapore Symphony Orchestra Ladies’ League.

You can find a state-of-the-art recording space at the Victoria Concert Hall. The Rose Studio features a recording control room with both mixing and editing facilities, making it the only concert hall in Asia for both live and closed-door recordings of classical and acoustic music. The Rose Studio is operated by msm-productions (Singapore) — the Asian subsidiary of msm-studios, the Munich-based recording house closely associated with the recordings of the Munich Philharmonic and Valery Gerviev, and also the first Dolby-certified Dolby Atmos Home® mixing facility in Germany.

Italian restaurant Sinfonia Ristorante is located at the ground floor of the Victoria Concert Hall. For reservations, call (+65) 6385 5588 or email

You can also find a variety of restaurants within walking distance at the Asian Civilisations Museum and National Gallery.

By Bus:

The nearest bus stops are:

  • "Supreme Court" (Bus stop 02181) on Parliament Place, outside the National Gallery. Buses 195 and 961. 1-min walk to Victoria Concert Hall.
  • "Fullerton Square" (Bus stop 03011) on Fullerton Road. Buses 10, 57, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 131, 162, 167, 196 and 700 (etc.) 7-min walk (go past Fulleron Hotel and cross Cavenagh Bridge).


The nearest MRT stations are:

  • City Hall (Raffles City) Exit B Ascend to ground level, walk past St. Andrew's Cathedral and National Gallery to reach the Victoria Concert Hall (10-min walk). In case of rain, the path is sheltered all the way to the southern end of the National Gallery (walk through the gallery).
  • Raffles Place Exit H Take Exit H, turn right towards the Singapore River, walk towards Fullerton Hotel and cross Cavenagh Bridge (6-min walk).
  • Clark Quay Exit E or F Cross the main road (Eu Tong Sen and New Bridge Roads) and walk through Upper Circular Road to South Bridge Road. Turn left and cross Elgin Bridge, and take the underpass below the bridge to the north bank of the Singapore River. Walk down the bank towards white statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, and turn left towards the concert hall (10-min walk).


Taxis can drop you off at the coach bay outside VCH, or outside the Singapore Cricket Club on Connaught Drive.


  • Parliament House: Enter by Parliament Place. Note: No lifts or disabled access.
  • National Gallery: Enter by St Andrew's Road. (You can drop off passengers outside VCH before parking.).
  • Esplanade: Enter by Esplanade Bridge.
  • Fullerton Hotel

Vehicles are allowed to stop along the road outside VCH for pick up and drop off.