A welcome addition to Manchester’s vibrant and colourful music scene, The Stoller Hall combines intimacy and closeness with spectacular design and supreme technical attributes. This RIBA award-winning venue is part of Chetham’s School of Music and first opened its doors to the public in spring 2017. Whether you’re into jazz, folk or classical music, or enjoy comedy, The Stoller Hall is a venue that will impress audiences with diverse tastes. It boasts stunning architecture designed by Stephenson STUDIO and outstanding acoustics by Arup. The venue has even become popular for business events and conferences, attracting reputable clients to take advantage of its facilities. One of the Hall’s core purposes is to provide an outstanding performance platform for students at Chetham’s School of Music - a prestigious school in the centre of Manchester offering a world-class education in music. Their Symphony Orchestra regularly showcase the talent of the school, taking to the Stoller stage for unforgettable performances. Since opening with a live broadcast of the BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’, recent performances include concerts by the Unthanks, jazz pianist Gwilym Simcock and scandi-pop starlet Susanne Sundfør, a two-week International Piano Series and multi-concert residencies with Manchester Collective and Manchester Camerata.
The venue partners with Q-Park Deansgate North to offer discounted parking for all visitors. With a discount voucher you can park for up to 8 hours in the indoor, multi-storey Q-Park for just £5.
The Stoller Hall is situated opposite Manchester Victoria station where direct services run from across the region. Manchester Victoria is a 10-minute direct tram journey from Manchester Piccadilly.
Metrolink services connecting communities across Greater Manchester. The nearest stop to The Stoller Hall is Victoria Station.
Many buses stop a few minutes’ walk from The Stoller Hall on Corporation Street and at Shudehill Transport Interchange. The central bus station at Piccadilly Gardens, and the coach station on Chorlton Street, are each a 10-15 minute walk or a short tram ride away.