|Jan 22||Celtic Connections : Sean Gray||Get Details|
|Jan 22||Celtic Connections : Seth Lakeman With Wildwood Kin||Get Details|
|Jan 22||Celtic Connections : Phil Cunningham's Highlands & Islands Suite 20th Anniversary||Get Details|
|Jan 22||Celtic Connections : Tiree Song Book||Get Details|
|Jan 23||Celtic Connections : Tommy Emmanuel||Get Details|
|Jan 23||Celtic Connections : Martin Hayes & David Power||Get Details|
|Jan 23||7:00 PM||Tommy Emmanuel and Derek Gripper||Find Tickets|
|Jan 24||Celtic Connections : Quinn Bachand's Brishen||Get Details|
|Jan 24||Celtic Connections : Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman & Amy Sky||Get Details|
|Jan 24||7:00 PM||LIV ON: An acoustic evening with Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman & Amy Sky and John McCusker Band||Find Tickets|
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall opened in 1990, and now hosts around 400 concerts and 1,000 corporate events each year. Centrally located on the city's Sauchiehall Street, The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall provides the ideal setting for a variety of events - music related and otherwise. In addition to the concerts, corporate meetings and conferences also feature regularly on The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall schedule.
Classical music obviously plays a big part in The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall programming; however, rock, folk, pop and other genres are also represented in various performances throughout the year. Indeed, acts as diverse as Tom Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Elvis Costello and violinist Nigel Kennedy are just a few of those featured on The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall schedule over the years. The venue also plays host to Celtic Connections, an annual winter music festival and the biggest of its kind in the world.
For all the latest news and up-to-date event information, check out the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall schedule.
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