RPS Music Awards: Tickets Now on Sale!

01 Mar 2017

Book early to secure your special rate tickets for the RPS Music Awards 2017!

For classical, it's the Oscars, the BAFTAs and the Grammys all in one! – BBC Radio 3

The RPS Music Awards evening is a glorious celebration of outstanding live music, recognising performers, composers, inspirational arts organisations and learning, participation and engagement projects.

This year's RPS Music Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 9 May at The Brewery in the City of London. The evening will begin with a canapé reception from 6.30pm and guests are asked to take their seats by 7.30pm for the first part of the presentation of the Awards and Dinner (which will be served at around 8.15pm). We aim to conclude by 10.45pm.

► Book Your Early Bird Tickets Now


Early Bird tickets - £160 each - Now on Sale
Early bird tickets are limited in number and likely to sell out soon. They will not be available after 5.30pm on 31 March.

If you would like to make table bookings for 10 guests or more, please contact Robin Sheffield.

Your ticket is fully inclusive of the Awards Ceremony, reception with sparkling wine and canapés, dinner from the wonderful award-winning chefs at The Brewery, wine throughout the evening, live music and, of course, the chance to meet the leading members of the musical profession.

We are very much look forward to welcoming you to this historic venue on Tuesday 9 May.

This year’s shortlisted nominations will be revealed on 4 April on Radio 3’s In Tune and online. If you are not able to get to the Awards Dinner you will be able to catch up with the winners on BBC Radio 3 with a programme of music and interviews devoted to the RPS Music Awards winners.

About the RPS Music Awards
The Brewery


01 March 2017

OUR MEMBERS

Rosemary Nalden: British viola player and founder of Buskaid, who now directs the thriving stringed-instruments school in Soweto. Awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 2013.

DID YOU KNOW?

An early Philharmonic superstar was the virtuoso double bassist Domenico Dragonetti. He brought his dog Carlo to performances, and commanded higher fees than almost any other player.