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  • Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall

    • Address
      1380 Fuxing Zhong Lu, near Baoqing Lu
      复兴中路1380号, 近宝庆路
    • Phone
      400 821 0522

    The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall is a sleek, modern-looking 1,200-seat concert hall located in Xuhui district, and the seat of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. It also hosts smaller classic groups like chamber orchestras, quartets and individual instrumentalists... Read more

  • Shanghai Oriental Art Center

    • Address
      425 Dingxiang Lu, near Shiji Dadao
      丁香路425号, 近世纪大道
    • Phone
      6854 1234

    French Architect Paul Andreu's 40,000 sqm blossoming five-petal flower constructed from glass, wood and steel is a new Pudong landmark for concerts and classical performances. Each petal marks a separate space: entrance hall, performance hall, concert hall,... Read more

  • Shanghai Concert Hall

    • Address
      523 Yan'an Dong Lu, near Jinling Zhong Lu
      延安东路523号, 近金陵中路
    • Phone
      4008 918 182

    The Cadillac Shanghai Concert Hall occupies a small (compared to the Grand Theatre on the other side of Renmin Dadao) historical concert building near the Dashijie metro station. First opened in 1930, it was relocated 66 meters to the south-east of its original... Read more

  • Shanghai Grand Theatre

    • Address
      300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu
      人民大道300号, 近黄陂北路
    • Phone
      6386 8686

    It certainly is Grand. This has been the modern hub for Shanghai's premier performance acts including ballet, drama and classical music since it opened in 1988, and it really embraces its prime location in the midst of People's Square. The Grand Theater is probably... Read more

  • He Luting Concert Hall

    • Address
      20 Fenyang Lu, near Huaihai Zhong Lu
      汾阳路20号, 近淮海中路
    • Phone
      6433 4348

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    Lyceum Theatre

    • Address
      57 Maoming Nan Lu, near Changle Lu
      茂名南路57号, 近长乐路
    • Phone
      6217 8530

    Lyceum theater is just steeped in history. Built in the 1930s Shanghai boom days, it was once an amateur dramatics society. In more recent, calmer times Lyceum screens a combination of terrible blockbusters and critic worthy "films." It's also a satellite for the... Read more