St Cecilia's Hall

St Cecilia's Hall
Niddry Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LG
  • Telephone 0131 650 2600
  • Opening times Tue–Fri 10am–4.30pm; Sat noon–4.30pm; Closed Sun & Mon
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St Cecilia's Hall

St Cecilia's Hall is the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, with a capacity of 200. The main hall boasts a unique oval shape with a small raised stage at one end, constructed at the end of the 17th century. Below the concert hall is the smaller Laigh Room, perfect as a break out space, rehearsal area, or bar. St Cecilia's Hall can be rented for concerts, performances and rehearsals.

The Hall is also home to the University of Edinburgh's Museum of Musical Instruments, which contains a huge range of music-making tools from a 1560 virginal by Lodewyk Theewes to a 1990s Fender Stratocaster guitar.

The Hall re-opened to the public in May 2017 after a major renovation.

Events at this venue

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Scottish Music Old and New

The Whistlebinkies The Whistlebinkies' rich blending of the tones and rhythms of fiddles, flute, concertina, clarsach, lowland pipes, Scottish smallpipes, doublebass and percussion has captivated audiences from the USA to China. This year the second part of our annual Fringe concert will feature a selection of the…

Sun 26 Aug

£12 (£10) / 0131 650 2600

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sounds of St Cecilia's – Les Goûts Réunis

John Kitchen, Anthony Robson and Gerry McDonald The French and Italian styles compared and contrasted by Francois Couperin, JS Bach and Telemann. Anthony Robson and Gerry McDonald (oboe and recorder) and John Kitchen playing the 1755 Baillon Harpsichord. A quiet concert for a quiet audience.

Wed 22 Aug

£12 (£10) / 0131 650 2600

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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