Centre for Music

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Coronavirus update

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Centre for Music is open for limited bookings

We’re really happy to open Centre for Music for bookings at the following times:

  • Monday and Thursday from 13:00-21:00
  • Tuesday and Friday from 10:00-17:00

You can currently book the Band Room, Jazz Club, Practice Room 3 for 1’45” and the DJ Room for 3’30”. We are requesting a 14-day notice period for all bookings but if you need something sooner, please get in touch and we’ll do our best to help. Let us know if you need the link to our booking system.

Continuing online

We also continue online. Here's what members can access for free online. Just email cfm@uwe.ac.uk to get links:

  • 'Inspire' Masterclass series - check out @uwecfm for programme
  • Classical and musical theatre choirs 
  • Songwriting sessions
  • Small group guitar lessons at all levels 
  • Mixing and Mastering sessions
  • Music Production 1-to-1 coaching

Love music? So do we.

The Centre for Music is for everyone. No matter what you are studying, or whether you are an expert or a beginner, we have fantastic opportunities for learning, exploring and performing music from classical and jazz, rock and pop, to underground and electronic.

Based on Frenchay Campus, the centre is led by industry professionals who'll help you develop and perform at the highest level you can.

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Bands, DJs, solo artists and songwriters

As a band, DJ, solo artist or songwriter, we can help you find other musicians, get gigs, perform and record your music and develop yourself as an artist.

Bands DJs solo artists and songwriters
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Sing your heart out

Music moves us. It takes us places. That’s why we love it. Here at the Centre for Music we passionately believe that music is for everyone. Explore the Centre for Music for yourself on our 360° tour.

ReVoice

The UWE Bristol ReVoice Choir is a social singing group especially for individuals with aphasia and their carers, run by HCPC Music Therapists, students and speech and language therapists.

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