Blackheath Halls is one of the most outstanding centres for music and the performing arts in London, and is London’s oldest established purpose built concert venue.
- 600 seat Great Hall
- 160 seat Recital room
- Licensed cafe bar
- One of the most outstanding centres for music and the performing arts in London
- Among the finest concert facilities available to any conservatoire
- Renowned acoustics favoured by world famous orchestras, ensembles, record labels and conductors
- Extensive programme of events provides students with unique exposure to all aspects of the profession
- Community programme providing opportunities for people of all ages and all levels of ability to participate in a diverse range of practical activities and events, including an annual community opera with orchestra and professional soloists
- A unique interface between professional musicians, students, professorial staff and the general public
The Great Hall and Recital Room
Considered to be amongst the finest concert facilities available to any conservatoire, the Great Hall is a magnificent space. In addition, the Recital Room is an excellent venue for chamber concerts and a range of other events, including the popular Blackheath Sunday Morning Coffee Concert Series.
The ceiling in the Great Hall provides some of the best acoustics in the United Kingdom for large scale orchestral performance, and the Halls regularly welcome world renowned orchestras and ensembles for recordings and rehearsals.
Among those who choose the Great Hall as their preferred recording venue are Chandos Records, English National Opera, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia, and the distinguished conductors Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Charles Mackerras and Richard Hickox.
Blackheath Halls is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and provides Trinity Laban with its regular base for large scale rehearsals and performance space.