Macau Cultural Center

The Macao Cultural Centre was founded in 1999 and remains a modern space that marks the cityscape surround it. Its several venues open for the Macao audience provide quality programmes, such as performances, conferences, exhibitions, among other projects organized by CCM or hirers.

With a total area of 45.000 m², the Centre includes a building with an area of 11.920 m² with 5 floors, including a complex with two auditoriums, an art museum and Handover Gifts Museum.

The complex of auditoria is composed of two venues for performances: The Grand Auditorium, with capacity for 1,076 spectators and the Small Auditorium for smaller shows and movies, with 389 seats. Both halls have simultaneous interpretation booths, as well as the most sophisticated sound and light systems.

Besides the auditoria, there are other important spaces in the complex as a conference room with capacity for 200 persons, Rehearsal room for orchestra, music and dance studios, multi-purpose rehearsal room, VIP room, etc. The Cultural Centre also has Parking Lot, Box office and a reception desk and is served by a Wi-Fi system.

The art museum has five exhibition halls with an approximate area of 4,000 m2, plus a conference room and a multimedia library. This is the largest space dedicated to visual arts in Macao.

Av. Xian Xing Hai S/N NAPE Macau
+853 2870 0699
August 29, 2015

Renowned operatic virtuoso Placido Domingo is bringing to Macau his brilliant performance

28 June 2015

Colleen Lee is internationally acclaimed as one of the leading pianists of her generation and has been engaged to perform in the New Masters on Tour Series in Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, andDen Haag; as well as in New York, San Francisco and Tel-Aviv (with the Israel Philharmonic) among other prestigious venues, for the upcoming season.

27 June 2015

War Sum Up is a visually stunning alternative opera performed by Grammy award winner Latvian Radio Choir and conceived by experimental Danish theatre group Hotel Pro Forma.

24 June 2015

Award-winning violinist Nancy Zhou at the Macau Cultural Centre

21 June 2015

A fusion of traditional and contemporary Chinese dances recreated with new forms of media that portrayed scenes of the invaluable art piece, The Soaring Dunhuang, this production encompasses a creative series of drama, dance, music as well as fantastic imageries of light and shadow.

14 June 2015

In this concert, the Macao Orchestra introduces fantastic music pieces: Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major and Debussy’s Petite Suite and Images.

13 June 2015

In this concert, the audience will be enchanted by the charm of the rich Chinese musical cuture through every graceful note performed by the Macao Chinese Orchestra, under the baton of its Music Director and Principle Conductor Pang Ka Pang

26 March-17 May 2015

This year’s eclectic selection of 40 films includes a multitude of styles and genres, revealing different facets of life.

3 April 2015

The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra comes to Macau this April.