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Appreciations of Luton Music…

'It's always exciting to visit Luton Music.  The dynamism and talent of the performers it attracts, the warm welcome shown to musicians and audiences, that rich history stretching over seven decades...  Music in Luton is flourishing thanks to the drive and energy of LM -  and I'm proud to support it in any way I can.’

 

Petroc Trelawny

BBC music presenter


Music on Mondays…


…is a weekly series of diverse concerts from October to March.  


The accessible programming ranges from Bach to Britten, Dowland to Duke Ellington and Rameau to Rautavaara.


Five centuries of music played live in the comfortable ambience of Luton's Library Theatre by international soloists and ensembles.


After three seasons celebrating British composers our next series of concerts will concentrate on presenting work written by female composers. This initiative, called Half the World, aims that 50% of the season's content should have been written by female composers. Our artists have warmed to this challenge and some very interesting repertoire is planned. This initiative is particularly supported by the Ambache Charitable Trust. Full listings can be found here.