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The Music Centre

The Music Centre



Welcome to Music at Warwick


The Music Centre is in the heart of campus inside the Warwick Arts Centre

There's no music degree here at Warwick, and so everything we do here is for all students and staff to enjoy, no matter what their subject is! We've got societies from all musical genres, tuition is available and there are rooms for practice and performance. We are proud to be one of the most dynamic university music centres in the UK which doesn't actually run a music degree!


The Music Centre is located within Warwick Arts Centre, the largest venue of its kind in the UK outside the Barbican Centre in London. Our larger ensembles regularly perform in its 1500-seat Butterworth Hall, whilst our smaller groups make frequent use of the two Theatres, the Butterworth Hall, Helen Martin Studio and a dedicated Ensemble Room.

Upcoming concerts

University of Warwick Music Centre Free Concert

Tue 11 Oct 7pm, FREE

Butterworth Hall

Join us for our annual Free Concert, as we start the new academic year in spectacular style! Showcasing a glittering array of Music Centre ensembles and a fabulous variety of music, old and new, there will be opportunities for everyone to listen, join in and maybe even dance along!


Opening hours


The music centre is now open!

Practice rooms are available on a first come first serve basis from 8am till 10pm

Vacancy Alert!

We are looking for a fun and creative Administrator and Projects Officer. Great team and great job!

Lunchtime Concert Series

We look forward to welcoming back to the lunchtime concerts next term. They will take place on:

Thursday 13th October 2022 - Ensemble Room

Thursday 10th November 2022 - Ensemble Room

Thursday 8th November 2022 - Ensemble Room


We also have My 1st Concert on Thursday 27th October in the HMS


Open to all ages, our Lunchtime Concerts are extremely popular with tickets available from the Warwick Arts Centre box office

Ensemble Room, Music Centre (unless otherwise stated*)

£5 (under 26's free), open to all ages