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.
Music for Troubled Times
Sun 1st December, 4pm
This performance brings together two great masterpieces, written more than 150 years apart. Arguably his greatest work, Haydn’s Nelson Mass was originally entitled the Mass for Troubled Times, writing it as he did shortly before Nelson defeated Napoleon. Shostakovich’s mighty Tenth Symphony was premiered shortly after the death of Joseph Stalin; his music is well known for its powerful political messages.
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The music centre office is usually open between 9:30am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday.
If the office is not open and you require assistance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunchtime Concert Series
Open to all ages, our Lunchtime Concerts are extremely popular and entry is based on a first come first served basis
Ensemble Room, Music Centre (unless otherwise stated)
Thu 31 Oct
Andrew Cresswell Davis (guitar/ukulele/vocals), Clare Lindley (violin/guitar/ukulele/vocals) and Brian Mullan (cello/vocals)
Thu 7 Nov
Thu 14 Nov
Rita Schindler (harp)
Thu 21 Nov
Matthew McLachlan (piano)
Thu 28 Nov
Natasha Agarwal (soprano)
Thu 5 Dec
Gaudeamus Christmas concert