UEA Music Centre is open to everyone, no matter what degree programme you are studying, or how much experience you have. Based in the heart of the UEA campus it offers a focal point for music on campus, in the City of Norwich, and in the wider community.
Staffed by a dedicated Director of Music and Music Administrator, the Music Centre provides a vibrant meeting place for musicians, hosts practices and rehearsal spaces, and is open to all!
In addition to providing Practice Rooms for the use of students and staff, and connecting students with music tutors, the Music Centre has its own choirs and orchestra available for students, staff, and members of the community to join (some by audition only).
Watch our 'Welcome to UEA Music Centre' video to hear more about what we do and meet the team.
Fauré Requiem & Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony concert
Join UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra for their spring concert 'Fauré Requiem and Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony' on Thursday 19 March at 7.30pm at St Andrew's Hall (Norwich). The choir and orchestra will perform Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, Lili Boulanger’s Pour les Funerailles d’un Soldat, and Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No.3 in C minor. Tickets cost £4-£12 and are available to purchase by phone or in person from St George's Music Shop or online from the UEA online store.
£3,000 UEA Music Scholarships (open to students applying for September 2020 entry)
UEA offers Music Scholarships, worth up to £3,000 (payable over three years), to incoming UEA students. The scholarships are intended for musicians of any instrument or voice and any style or tradition, who can demonstrate an excellent standard of performance allied to a plan for enriching the musical life of the University.The deadline for applications for 2020 entry is Sunday 22 March 2020.
For further information and details on how to apply, please visit the UEA Music Scholarship webpage.