VENUES

Peninsula Symphony stays true to its mission of serving the Bay Area communities up and down the South Bay/Peninsula, from Campbell to San Bruno. For your convenience, we've included the whole list of venues for our 71st Season below.

 

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Heritage Theatre

Peninsula Symphony's newest "home" in the South Bay, Heritage Theatre is an intimate venue that seats just under 900. It is located near some of the best restaurants in Downtown Campbell and the fast-growing Pruneyard Shopping Center.

ADDRESS: 1 W Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA 95008

PARKING: Free parking at the Campbell Community Center where Heritage Theatre is located.

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San Mateo PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

This state-of-the-art facility is the largest of the six venues managed by the San Mateo Union High School District, making it the ideal destination for touring artists and local attractions. With the gorgeous interior and superior natural acoustics, Peninsula Symphony has been performing here for many years.

ADDRESS: 600 N Delaware St, San Mateo, CA 94401

PARKING: Free parking between the concert hall and San Mateo High School football field; residential street parking is also available in the surrounding blocks.

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Capuchino Performing Arts Center

Also known as the Samuel Johnson, Jr. Performing Arts Center, located on the Capuchino High School campus, this beautiful space was completed in 2013. Conveniently located just off the El Camino in San Bruno, CA this venue offers easy access for show goers coming from San Francisco as well as from southern Peninsula cities.

ADDRESS: 1501 Magnolia Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066 (theatre entrance on Millwood)

PARKING: Free parking immediately in front of the theater on the school premises. Additional parking in nearby residential neighborhood.

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BING CONCERT HALL

Named after Peter and Helen Bing and opened in January 2013, Bing Concert Hall was designed by Richard Olcott of Ennead Architects, with the acoustics done by Yasuhisa Toyota of Nagata Acoustics, who also worked on Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California and New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida. The "vineyard" format, with its 842 seats surrounding the stage and within 75 feet of the conductor, gives the audience a unique experience not found anywhere else in the Bay Area.

ADDRESS: 327 Lasuen St, Stanford, CA 94305

PARKING: Parking can be found on Lasuen Street and in Galvez Lot. Please note that visitor parking spots are metered on weekdays until 4:00PM and is FREE after 4:00 PM and on weekends at all times. Please allow 30 minutes to find parking and locate your seat before concert start time. Parking areas near performance venues may fill quickly, depending on the size of the event and other simultaneously occurring events on campus. Disabled parking, loading, and service–vehicle restrictions are enforced at all times.

 

ARAGON HIGH SCHOOL THEATER

The Aragon High School is a full featured, mid-sized venue that has been very popular for recitals, dance shows, musical theatre and classical music concerts. It is also a popular venue for families with kids who come to our annual Family Concert in April.

ADDRESS: 900 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo, CA 94402

PARKING: Free parking just outside the theater

 

GRANT PARK, Los Altos

Grant Park in south Los Altos is a popular outdoor facilities for families in the Bay Area Peninsula.

ADDRESS: 1575 Holt Ave, Los Altos, CA 94024

PARKING: Free parking around the park perimeter