A 218-seat Victorian venue built in 1859. Used for regular orchestral and choral rehearsals and performances.

A 218-seat Victorian venue built in 1859, the Reid Concert Hall is an integral part of the Reid School of Music. It houses two Steinway D concert grand pianos, in addition to a harpsichord and an organ which is considered to be one of the finest of its kind in the UK.

The hall is used for lectures as well as orchestral and choral rehearsals.

The Reid School of Music promotes many concerts and recitals during term-time, most of which take place in the Reid Concert Hall.

The Reid Studio in the basement is fully equipped to make high-quality recordings of performances in the Reid Concert Hall.

Booking

Internal booking requests for the Reid Concert Hall (from staff and students from the Reid School of Music) should be made at least four days in advance to the Concert Secretary, Moira Landels. Call 0131 651 4336 or email moira.landels@ed.ac.uk

Booking requests from other departments within the University should be emailed to timetabling@ed.ac.uk.

External booking requests should be made to Edinburgh First. Call 0131 651 2189 or email events.team@ed.ac.uk