Hofið (the Temple)

Akureyri, Iceland

The Hof Cultural and Conference Center is located in the city of Akureyri in Northern Iceland. The center has a wonderful concert hall used for many professional performances in the area. With a well-equipped stage, seating for up to 510 in the audience and excellent sound systems, this venue is perfect for any ensemble type.

Hallgrímskirkja

Reykjavík, Iceland

This Lutheran church is located at the top of Reykjavík with a beautiful view overlooking the city. Here, ensembles may participate in the regular services of the church with the house organist. Application is required to perform in this prestigious venue and is open to both vocal and instrumental ensembles.

Harpa

Reykjavík, Iceland

Only less than 5 years old, the Harpa concert hall and conference center is slowly becoming one of the most recognized performance venues in Europe. It features four concert halls and an additional two areas for informal performances.

Eldborg - Main Hall:

This world-class venue has an incredible and completely adaptable acoustic design for a variety of concerts and events. The stage is large enough for professional orchestras and the audience can hold up to 1,800! Take a virtual tour.

Norðurljós - Recital Hall:

Norðurljós means "Northern Lights" in Icelandic. The acoustics, seating arrangement, stage area and lighting of this concert hall are entirely customizable making this venue one of the most flexible that we offer. The audience can hold up to 520 seated guests. Take a virtual tour.

Silfurberg - Conference Hall:

While this room is generally used for conferences, the large space can bring in a stage of any size and has plenty of seating options. The space is perfect for very large performances with multiple ensembles or for participating in music festivals. Take a virtual tour.

Kaldalón - Auditorium:

While the 195 seats are stationary, the acoustical design of this room is completely customizable. The hall features state-of-the-art sound system, lighting and recording facilities. The stage is great for small ensembles of any kind. Take a virtual tour.

Salurinn Concert Hall

Reykjavík, Iceland

Opened in 1999, the Salurinn Concert Hall was the first concert hall in Reykjavík to be built based on a specific acoustical design and has been praised by many performers for its excellent acoustics! The hall has two grand pianos available for rent and can seat up to 300 in the audience. This venue is perfect for choirs and small chamber orchestras and is located just outside of downtown Reykjavík.