The Sage Gateshead is a world class venue for people to see music, hear music and play music.
The Sage Gateshead contains three performance spaces of acoustic excellence, a 1,700-seater called Hall One and is modelled on the Musikverein in Vienna, a 400-seater Hall Two and a smaller rehearsal and performance hall.
The Sage Gateshead is open 7 days a week from 9am – 9pm (or later subject to performance times)
The Sage features five bars, Baltic Riverside Cafe, Sir Michael Straker Cafe, a brasserie, The Barbour Room, a multi-purpose function room for parties, weddings, small conferences and musical performances. You can drop in to these at anytime to enjoy the views over the river without even having to attend a concert as the building is open to the public even when there are no performances taking place.
There is also a well-equipped musical branch of Gateshead public library, stocking books, and current magazines covering all aspects of music, a CD library with listening posts, and computers with free internet access, subscriptions to music websites, and music software.
Learn the essentials including how to read music. (Sep 17, Nov 26, Jan 14, Mar 18, May 20 & Jul 15, phone for times)
Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, English composer and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and the Indian ensemble The Rajasthan Express perform their landmark album live. (Jun 22, 8pm)
This Miami-formed group brings its melange of country and Latin music to the UK's shores. (Jun 22, 7.30pm)
SWR Symphonieorchester Stuttgart
Christoph Eschenbach conducts the orchestra for a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No 8 and (Jun 24, 7.30pm)
Beyond The End Of The Road
The November Club stages Laura Lindow's midsummer tale about the residents of a village called Place, with music and lyrics by Katie Doherty. (Jun 27, 7.30pm)
The award-winning American singer-songwriter performs her jazz and soul numbers. (Jun 29, 7.30pm)
Angels Of The North 2017
Over 400 students from North East primary schools alongside Bommel Musical Theatre Arts perform an evening of musical theatre. (Jun 30, 6.30pm)
Coast To Coast
Cumbrian folk rockers Tryckster and a chorus of singers from Voicebeat and Sing Owt! will take you on a musical journey celebrating the rich landscapes and raucous creative heart of the far north of the UK. (Jul 2, 7pm)
Song On The Tyne
Director David Murray directs Ryton and Bishopwearmouth Choral Societies in a charity concert in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Soprano Sally Harrison from the West End show Phantom Of The Opera will also feature. (Jul 2, 7pm)
The award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, formerly of Fairground Attraction, performs folk and mainstream jazz. (Jul 5, 8pm)
The Sage Gateshead, St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead
Telephone: 0191 443 4661