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Frequently Asked Questions


Check on the following page for their contact details. If there are no contact details, please email music@qmul.ac.uk and we will forward your query onto the concerned contact.


Yes some of the historic venues are available for hire. For further information please contact the Events Team enquiries@qmhospitality.co.uk.


Yes we do have some spaces: There are Practice Facilities in the People's Palace for both individual and group activities. In order to access these, you need to be a member of the Music Society. Regarding the larger Music Rehearsal Room, you will need to email music@qmul.ac.uk in order to book this space.


Yes you can. The cost will vary depending on the type of instruments, tutor, and length of tuition.

As these will depend on what you're looking for, please email our Director of Music Paul Edlin for further information p.edlin@qmul.ac.uk

It would be useful if you could include the following information:

  • Instrument (if applicable) you play or wish to play
  • Your level
  • Availability

We don't require any specific level. It all depends on the group you want to join. Please email our Director of Music, Paul Edlin p.edlin@qmul.ac.uk to find out more.


Indeed you can. Please email music@qmul.ac.uk to find out more and we will forward your query to the concerned contact.

It would be useful to have the following information:

  • Date and location of the event
  • Time the ensemble is required for (for performance)
  • Would there a room available for the ensemble to get ready? Rest? Eat?
  • Dress code
  • Would drinks and food be provided?

Rehearsals are generally weekly and a full schedule is available at the beginning of each academic term. Rehearsals for many larger ensembles take place in the evenings, although a lot of activity takes place on Wednesday afternoons too.


We have very many activities each year, and we welcome engagement and involvement. You won't find yourself short of things to do.


We aim to concentrate performance activities at times that avoid high pressure academic deadlines, so that your musical life complements your academic work.

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