Stavanger Symphony Orchestra is located at the Stavanger Concert Hall.
Tickets may be purchased at the ticket counter (telephone (+47) 51 53 70 00) or here at each concert description. We are offering discounts to seniors, children and students See ticket prices here. You may also be a subscriber and have your permanent seat in Farten Valen with good discounts and perks. Read more about the perks here.
What is the main difference in between the Thursday and Friday concerts? Read more about the Klassikerserie here. If you do wish to become a subscriber register at the ticket counter here.
Information about our concert program may be found at sso.no and at our Facebook page. The concert program with a description of the evening and a biography of the conductor, solist and other participants is distributed at each concert.
Public parking is found under the concert hall at P-Arketten. Parking around the concert hall is prohibited without a special authorization.
The bus number 8 from the City Terminal stops at Borgermester Middelthons gate. For timetables please see www.kolumbus.no. It takes 20 minutes to walk from the train station.
Bicycle parking is inside of the car park, outside by the end of the Blue Promenade and at the top of the concert amfi.
The restaurant Spiseriet is located at the ground floor and is open for lunch and dinner. Here you may have a better meal before or after the concert. To reserve a table please e-mail email@example.com or at telephone (+47) 400 01 324.
The bars in the common areas are open on concert evenings. They open an hour before the performances and the Restaurant Spiseriet is open after the performances. The concert goers may also pre-order drinks for the break.
NB: It is strictly prohibited to bring food and drinks into the concert hall.
The cloackroom is not manned and any item is left at your own responsibility. Do not leave valuables in the cloacekroom. If you are leaving something behind please contact the Stavanger Concert house at telephone (+47) 51 53 70 00.
For access to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd balcony there are many elevators that may be used. Please contact the staff if you require assistance. If you have a need to be accompanied and have a publicly issued certificate of this, the person accompanying you will receive a free ticket.
The concert house has an audio induction loop system for the hearing impaired. Please contact the ticket counter for more information.
The lengst of the concert is varying, but most of our concert lasts one and a half hour to two hours, including a break. Click at the individual concert here to find more details.
The doors into the concert hall is opened well in advance so the audience may find their place in the hall. The doors will shut precisely. If you are late you will, if possible, be allowed in at the first natural break.
Please turn it off completely during the concert. Even if it is on scilent it may cause interferences with the electronic system, audio induction loops etc. Mobile phones ringing will also interfere with all concert recordings and sendings at NRK Radio. It will also disturb others around you.
Photographing and recording is strictly prohibited during the concerts. Press and other media may contact the SSO Head of Communication, Cecilie Christ, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (+47) 400 082 81. This must be done well in advance.
The acoustic makes each cough, each beep from the telephone and other sounds easily hearable throughout the concert hall. It is therefore easy to make the experience worse for the concert goers.
See the overview over the opening house at the concert house
The shop is owned and operated by the Stavanger Concert Hall. Here you can find music related gifts and a wide selection of gifts. The CD-recordings by the SSO may also be purchased here.
Stavanger konserthus offers a guided tour where you may experience the concert halls Fartein Valen and Zetlitz, go backstage and have an insight into operations, history, architecture and acoustic. The tour lasts for about 50 minutes. Tickets cost 90,- NOK and may be purchased at the website or in the ticket counter. The maximum number of participants is 20. Welcome to an interesting guided tour of the Concert Hall.
Sandvigå and the Bjergsted Park is a culture center and a recreational center. All the institutions at the Bjergsted Culture Park has one website with an overview over all events, see here.
Stavanger Symfoniorkester is a tenant at Stavanger konserthus that opened in september 2012. The Stavanger Symfoniorkester and the Concert House have one administration each. Read more about Les mer om Stavanger Concert Hall here and see images of the concert halls and the foaje in the concert house here. Read more about the organ in the Stavanger Concert Hall here.
Do you have any further questions? Please do not hesitate to contact the staff at the administration here or call the ticket counter at the Stavanger Concert House at (+47) 51 53 70 00.
The Stavanger Concert Hall is located by the sea in Sandvigå about 700 metres north-west of the main market place in Stavanger. The address is: Stavanger Concert Hall, Sandvigå 1, N-4007 Stavanger