- The Victoria Concert Hall has been the Home of the SSO since the orchestra's founding in 1979. 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 also created an intimate performance space for music groups of different sizes.
The SSO works with their own musicians and international artists to present different series of music, ranging from world-class chamber performances in the VCH Presents and SSO Chamber Series, and
orchestral works by the SSO, to family programmes tailored to introduce classical music to everyone.
Besides the SSO's own programmes, the VCH and its rehearsal spaces are also available for public booking through the VTVCH venue operator, which can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting to VCH - Home of the SSO:
The address of VCH is 11 Empress Place, S(179558), and is located between the Padang and the Singapore River.
The nearest bus stops are
- * "Supreme Ct" on Parliament Pl (Bus stop 02089) (1-min walk)
- * "Opp S'pore Cricket Club" on Connaught Dr (Bus stop 02029) (1-min walk)
- * "Opp the Treasury" on North Bridge Rd (Bus stop 04249) (4-min walk)
- * "Fullerton Square" on Fullerton Rd (Bus stop 03011) (7-min walk).
- By MRT:
- The nearest MRT stations are "City Hall", "Raffles Place", and "Clark Quay". All three are a 10-min walk away.
Taxis can drop you off at the coach bay outside VCH, or outside the Singapore Cricket Club on Connaught Drive.
The nearest carparks are
- * 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
The nearest restaurants are located in the Arts House, Asian Civilisations Museum, and National Gallery, all within walking distance. Friends of the SSO cardholders have discount privileges at the restaurants in the Arts House and Asian Civilisations Museum.