Wiltshire Music Centre
Wiltshire Music Centre is a nationally recognised, 300-seat concert hall and live music venue in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire.
Showcasing world-renowned performers across the classical, jazz, world and folk genres, including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, trumpeter Alison Balsom, folk legend Martin Carthy and jazz soloist Courtney Pine, the Centre presents over 100 concerts a year involving more than 1,000 professional, community and young musicians.
The Centre is rooted in community participation and involvement, and in addition to an interactive family concert programme also provides a permanent home for local orchestras, choirs and community groups. Every year, thousands of children take part in Creative Learning projects from in-school workshops to performances on a professional stage with world-class musicians. The Centre works with key local and national partners to deliver an exemplary programme of concerts, education and community work which encompasses all ages, abilities and backgrounds.