In April 1908, Orchestra of Russian TRANS-AMUR Railway Corps Brigade played «1812» Overture of Tchaikovsky in Harbin, it was the first symphony concert in the history of China. Later, orchestra was renamed to Chinese Eastern Railway Club Symphony Orchestra, it included Russians musicians, this contributed to development of future Harbin Symphony Orchestra.


Artistic Director

Muhai Tang

world-renowned Chinese maestro of conducting
Muhai Tang, world-renowned Chinese maestro of conducting, winner of various prestigious international awards in particular the 2004 Grammy Award of America, the 2006 German “Echo-Klassik” Award, the 2017 Italian International Opera Award (Oscar della Lirica) and the 2020 German “OPUS KLASSIK” Award. He is the only Chinese conductor who has won such awards in this century.


Bo Qu

General Manager of Harbin Concert Hall and Director of Harbin Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Bo Qu started his musical study at a young age, is a graduate from the Orchestra Department of Shanghai Conservatory majoring in Bassoon. He served in the propaganda team of the Beijing Military Region, then successively worked as the principal bassoonist and deputy director of the Harbin Opera House Symphony Orchestra (formerly Harbin Symphony Orchestra,HSO); the general manager of Harbin Lilac Concert Hall; the director and commissioner of the Foreign Cultural Liaison Office of the Harbin Cultural Bureau.

"Cloud" Tour Concert Hall

HARBIN CONCERT HALL (HCH) is Located in Golden River Park in Qunli New District, the New Harbin Concert Hall(HCH) occupies a total construction area of 36109 square meters and a total height of 30 meters. Among them, the total ground floor area is 11850 square meters, the total gross floor area is 24259 square meters and the amount of parking spaces is 441.