Worcester Concert Club promotes live concerts by top-quality professional musicians and organises music-related educational events at Huntingdon Hall, an historic building in the centre of Worcester. We regularly provide a platform for outstanding young players, singers and groups with local connections.
Click here for details of this season's concerts, with links to recent reviews.
Worcester Concert Club is a growing and thriving organisation. Our last season was highly successful both artistically and in terms of audience and membership numbers. We are grateful for your continued support and hope that you will enjoy the season ahead and will encourage friends and relatives to join us, too.
Membership, by annual subscription, is open to all. Joining the club shows your support for live music and helps us to obtain grants which subsidise our work. Benefits of membership include season tickets to the club's Sunday concerts and educational workshops.
The club is affiliated to Making Music (formerly the National Federation of Music Societies) and is grateful for generous financial support from:
- The Elmley Foundation
- Mazars Charitable Trust
- William Adlington Cadbury Charitable Trust
- The Grimmitt Trust
- Worcester Arts Council
- The Kay Trust
Concerts usually take place at Huntingdon Hall, an historic building in the very centre of Worcester City. Originally a non-conformist chapel, it has immense character, retaining the original box pews, memorials and pulpit, but it combines this with probably the best chamber music acoustic in the West Midlands. More details about the Hall's activities and history can be found at Worcester Live.
We are indebted to the management of Huntingdon Hall for their encouragement, the promotion of our work in their brochures and the mainly voluntary front-of-house staff who make everyone so very welcome.
Car parking is available in nearby Copenhagen Street, and in the large car parks along Dolday, the Butts and the old cattle market.
Refreshments are available before and after each concert and during the interval at the Art House Café Bar above the hall. There is an induction loop in the hall for the hard of hearing.
Click here for a map showing the location of Huntingdon Hall and nearby parking.
Click here for ticket information and prices.