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

Chi-chi Nwanoku MBE, Founder, Artistic and Executive Director, Chineke! Foundation; Founder, principal Double Bass, OAE: As a musician it feels vital to be part of the RPS family, and its endeavours to go-all-out for the sake of music.

DID YOU KNOW?

An early member of the Society, who played in our first season in 1813, was the Afro-European violinist George Polgreen Bridgetower (1778-1860) – the original dedicatee of Beethoven’s Kreutzer Sonata.