What We Do

There are many ways to get involved in University of Reading Music; from joining our weekly ensembles, performing as a soloist, to manning the box office and greeting VIP guests at events.

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Ensembles

University of Reading Music has a wide range of ensembles to get involved in; whether you’re an instrumental player, a vocalist or a pianist there’s always something to get stuck into!

We enjoy a close relationship with the Reading University Music Society (RUMS) and there is something for everyone.

1:1 Tuition

We have dedicated instrumental teachers ready to teach you one to one! We cater to a wide range of musical instruments and voice. Our individual lessons will allow pupils to make significant progress and benefit from 1:1 specialist tuition. Suitable for all levels.

 

Practice Facilities

Music Practice rooms are available for all members of the local area, including students, staff, alumni and community members, reopening this September! Our practice facilities are in Building L29, London Road Campus and gaining practice room access is just a click away.

Other Opportunities:

Ben Pedley Award

Each year, the outstanding contribution of a second year student is recognised in memory of Ben Pedley, a student with a keen interest in music who died following a bicycle accident in 2017.

Music Ambassador

Represent UoR Music by working at events and share your experience with prospective students at Open Days.

 

Universal Voices Team

Are you a Institute of Education Student? Develop your leadership, musicianship skills by working with our children’s choir, Universal Voices. Both musical and pastoral roles available to undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University.

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