HIRE                          

Meet, greet, and host your events in our multi-purpose spaces.

A contemporary complex at the heart of the city's Cultural Quarter, Leeds College of Music offers everything you need to host a successful meeting, conference or concert. We also provide a range of rehearsal spaces and recording studios, while musicians and ensembles for all types of engagement are available for hire through our Musicians' Booking Service.


MEETINGS AND CONFERENCING

Whether you need to host a conference, board meeting or anything in between, we offer competitive rates. Our events team provides a friendly and efficient service – and full technical support.

CONCERT VENUES

The Venue, housing our Steinway & Sons Model Ds, and Recital Room are available for hire. We offer full technical support, FoH, and a professional ticketing service.
T: 0113 222 3442
P.Abbott@lcm.ac.uk

MUSICIANS' BOOKING AGENCY

Whatever your event, we can provide professional standard musicians from our pool of selected students and graduates. So if you need a string quartet, soloist or pop band, we can cater to your requirements.

REHEARSAL SPACE

From intimate practice rooms to our 350-seat auditorium The Venue, we offer a range of spaces to meet your demands. Our events management team are here to help you plan the perfect event.

Studios

Our top-of-the-range recording and mixing studios and facilities are available for hire. More information coming soon; in the meantime, for further details contact James Warrender.
T: 0113 222 3440
J.Warrender@lcm.ac.uk

Find out more

Conferences

Participate in our two flagship conferences, the International Festival for Innovations in Music Production and Composition (iFIMPaC) and the Leeds International Jazz Education Conference (LIJEC) 

Alumni

From winning prizes to making headlines, our alumni go on to achieve great things. Find out what our graduates are up to

Support Us 

From making a donation to becoming a Friend of the Conservatoire, there are lots of ways you can help support the musicians of the future