UCL Chamber Music Club


Concert Diary

Summary details of our concerts - and programmes (when they become available).

Concert venue

The concert venue, unless otherwise indicated, is the Haldane Room, North Cloisters, on the ground floor of the Wilkins Building.  The only exception is the Christmas concert, which is usually held in either the North or South Cloister.

Concerts usually start at 5.30pm and generally last one hour; lunchtime concerts usually run from 1.10-1.55pm.

Admission is free and open to all, tickets will be available via Eventbrite (and we will ask you to produce your ticket on arrival).

Concerts - Term 2

Tuesday 7 February - 5.30pm-6.30pm, please book your ticket via Eventbrite

Friday 17 February - 1.10pm-1.55pm

Tuesday 21 February - 5.30pm-6.30pm

Tuesay 7 March - 5.30pm-6.30pm

Wednesday 15 March - 5.30pm-6.30pm

Previous concerts

Friday 14 October - 5.30pm-6.30pm

Our opening concert of the season, light refreshments will be served afterwards.

Wednesday 26 October - 5.30pm-6.30pm

A concert exploring and showcasing Asian music and composers. 

Thursday 3 November - 1.10pm-1.55pm

Wednesday 16 November - 5.30pm-6.30pm

This concert will be devoted to the turn of the twentieth century  both vocal and instrumental music and pieces inspired by poetry written at that time will be showcased. This event will also be a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Alexander Scriabin's birth; his works for solo piano will be performed.

Friday 25 November, 5.30pm-6.30pm

Tuesday 13 December - Christmas concert, North Cloisters, 6pm (tickets are not required for this concert, just turn up!)

Monday 23 January - 5.30pm-6.30pm, please book your ticket via Eventbrite

Additional concert

UCL Chamber Music Club performs at historic house *currently postponed*

Musicians from UCL's Chamber Music Club will present a concert at Lamport Hall, Northamptomshire (lamporthall.co.uk/events/university-college-london-chamber-club-concert). The programme, mainly 18th-century music, has been devised to complement the neo-classical surroundings.

Programme Archive