Book your table for the RPS Music Awards

19 Feb 2018

Book your table now and take advantage of our special discount tickets!

Hurry to book your your table for the RPS Music Awards, the leading Awards for live Classical Music in the UK. For early bookers we’re offering a limited number of tables (for 10) for the presentation dinner at the very special price of £1,600 (Saving £40 per ticket on the individual ticket price!).  But these tickets are only available until 9 April (or until the allocation is sold), so you'll need to be quick to take advantage of this offer.

It's a great evening out and the perfect opportunity to network with, and entertain, your supporters, trustees, musicians, colleagues, community leaders and influencers, and to connect with other organisations around the country.

Creativity, Excellence, Understanding and Inclusivity define the RPS Music Awards.

This presentation dinner is on Wednesday 9 May in The Brewery in the City of London. It opens with a sparkling wine reception from 18:30 and it's going to be an extraordinary evening of fine music, passionate discussion, great company and award-winning food and drink.  Sir Nicholas Serota, himself a formidable cultural champion, and currently Chair of the Arts Council, is confirmed as the evening speaker and the Awards will be given out by Judith Weir, Master of The Queen's Music - and of course there will be lots more musical surprises in store.

The RPS Music Awards are both celebratory and taken seriously and it's the one date in the musical calendar that touches the whole profession; bringing together international superstars of the concert platform with dedicated grass roots learning and vibrant engagement teams around the country and with talented young musicians at the start of their careers. 

Individual tickets are currently not on sale. Any remaining tickets will be released for purchase at a later date.

Don't miss out!


Colin Lawson, Director of the Royal College of Music: The dynamic cultural advocacy of the RPS makes an incalculable contribution to British musical life.


Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, commissioned by the Society in 1825, is still the most requested work on the BBC's Desert Island Discs.