Visitor Information

Ticketing Information

Discounts (except concerts at Esplanade)

25% discount - Gold Friends of SCO
15% discount - Silver Friends of SCO
10% discount - PAssion card members, Kinokuniya Privilege card members, SAFRA card, 品Prestige readers

Group Booking (minimum 30 tickets)

Please call 6557 4020 or 6557 4037 or email to boxoffice@sco.com.sg

Subsidies available for schools:

  • Schools may use the TOTE Board Arts Grant (National Arts Council Arts Education Progranmme) for up to 50% subsidy off ticket prices.
  • Schools may also use the Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (CPES) Fund to purchase tickets.
Please check with your school administrator on application/claim guidelines.

How to buy tickets?

Tickets are sold through SISTIC: (65) 6348 5555 / www.sistic.com.sg
Or come by our box office at:

7 Shenton Way, Singapore Conference Hall, Singapore 068810
Mondays to Fridays: 10am to 6.30pm
Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays: Closed (except for SCO concert nights)

SCO concert nights: 6pm to 8.30pm

Tel: (65) 6557 4034

Admission

Present your ticket at the door to gain admission to the concert. Each ticket is entitled for one patron only.

Latecomers

Arrive at the concert hall at least 15 minutes before the concert commences. Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break.

Children

Unless stated otherwise, for the enjoyment of all audience members, infants in arms and children aged 6 years and below will not be admitted.

Concession

Full-time students, NSF and senior citizens aged 55 and above are eligible to purchase tickets at concession price. Concession-priced tickets are not entitled to further discounts.

Low Comfort and Restricted View Seats

Low comfort and restricted view seats may be made available to allow more patrons the opportunity to attend shows that are selling well. Views of such seats are deemed less favourable than seats in other price categories.

About SCH

Image

Home of the SCO.

The Singapore Conference Hall is a music oasis that resides along the bustling city street of Shenton Way.

She consists of several venues such as the SCO Concert Hall, Sectional Practice Hall, Exhibition Hall, Concourse and VIP Lounge. The Singapore Conference Hall strives to achieve cultural excellence and provides a  platform for local arts groups to showcase their talents.

Gazetted as a National Monument by the National Heritage Board in 2010, the Singapore Conference Hall is equipped with a state of the art variable acoustics to deliver an unforgettable aural experience to everyone who enters this music oasis.

Visit Singapore Conference Hall website for more information.

Concert Etiquette

Image
Even if you have never attended a SCO concert, the following tips will make you feel like a regular in no time.

Dress Code

Although you don’t need to dress as if you are attending a dinner at the Istana, you will probably feel more comfortable in smart casual attire. To show respect to the musicians, you should avoid wearing shorts, singlets and slippers.

Entering Concert Hall and Staying Seated

Arrive at the concert hall at least five to ten minutes ahead and settle down before the concert starts. If you are late, you will only be admitted during an appropriate pause in the program. It is absolutely imperative that you stay seated. Despite your enthusiasm for the performance, standing up and dancing to the music is not acceptable.

Noise-making Objects

Before a concert begins, do check to make sure that you have turned off all your electronic devices that could emit a potentially unwelcome sound. Place your plastic shopping bags under the chairs if you have brought them along.

Show Appreciation by Clapping

It is best not to clap between movements of a larger composition. Certainly it is sometimes difficult to differentiate between movements and keep track of where the performers are in the course of the program, particularly if you are unfamiliar with classical music. If you are unsure of whether or not clapping is appropriate, follow the lead of the experienced audience members around you. Shouting of “Bravo” or “Encore” is acceptable after the completion of a performance as it simply means “Well done”. Audiences may also stand, as in a “standing ovation” when a performance is particularly noteworthy. A further extension of appreciation by the audiences or individuals is exhibited when flowers are presented to the artistes during this time of applause.
Back to top