17-25 year olds discover new music at HCMF

18 Nov 2011

17-25 year olds can try something different at the Award-winning Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, thanks to a discounted ticket scheme from the RPS

Friday 18 - Sunday 27 November 2011
HCMF is the UK’s largest, international festival of contemporary, experimental and new music, over 10 days consisting of approximately 50 events, including concerts, music-theatre, dance, multi-media, talks and film, with a related Education and Outreach programme devised and implemented to reflect the programme and respond to regional need

HCMF aims to provide life-changing and unique artistic experiences to as wide an audience as possible; to be an international platform for new music and related contemporary art forms in Britain; to enthuse existing audiences and draw in new ones through adventurous programming and informed, stylish presentation and to be an active cultural partner within the region.

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OUR MEMBERS

José Antonio Abreu, founder of the revolutionary Venezeulan ' El Sistema' which educates the poorest children in musical schools around the country: awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 2008.

DID YOU KNOW?

From 1819 the Society’s home was the Harmonic Institution built by John Nash in Regents Street. The building was destroyed by fire in 1830 and is now the site of a NatWest Bank.