National Concert Hall Dublin


Originally built for the Dublin International Exhibition of 1865, the structure was converted into the central building of University College Dublin at the foundation of the National University of Ireland in 1908. When UCD began to relocate to a new campus in the 1960s, part of the building was converted, and reopened as the NCH in 1981. The National Concert Hall is the principal national venue for classical music concerts in Ireland.

Based in Dublin city centre, the National Concert Hall is a ‘must visit’ tourist attraction with both lunchtime and evening concerts taking place. Whatever your musical interest, take in a concert on your visit to Dublin and see the best of Irish and International musicians perform in one of Europe’s leading concert halls.
The programmes include Classical, Jazz, Opera, Ballet, World, Traditional, Latin and Musicals, together with an extensive range of workshops and talks.

2 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

T: +353 1 4170000 | E:
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