DMU Music provides students, staff, partners and anyone living in and around Leicester with opportunities to get involved in the dynamic music scene of the city and beyond.
Home to three fantastic ensembles and various successful music projects, which we provide with our local and national partners, we aim to open up music to everyone.
Whether you want to create, collaborate or simply enjoy music, DMU Music is the place for you.
Why not join us for our next concert or get involved?
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FREE Taiko Drumming Workshops
DMU students and staff can now learn how to play the Japanese Taiko Drums!
As part of the new #DMUthrive programme we have teamed up with the DMU Mental Health Team and Bullfrog Arts to offer our students and staff weekly Taiko workshops.
The workshops take place every Wednesday during term time from 14:00 - 16:00 at the Chantry Building (Music Hub).
Sign up for the free workshops here.
DMU Christmas Carol Service
You are invited to be part of the De Montfort University Christmas Carol Service, being held this year on Wednesday 13 December in Leicester Cathedral. The Carol Service will include a performance by the DMU Chamber Choir.
The procession from Leicester Castle Business School will start at 15:00 and the service at the Cathedral will start at 15:45.
Reserving a space is recommended. Read more.
DMU Orchestra #LoveInternational Winter Concert
Musical Director: Samuel Burstin
Violin Soloist: Anna-Liisa Bezrodny
Mendelssohn: 'Hebrides' Overture
Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 5
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 'Italian'
St. Andrews Church Leicester, Saturday 16 December 2017, 15:00 Read more.
NOW: Win tickets to our #LoveInternational Winter Concert! (DMU students and staff only.) Read how to win.
DMU Music presents: Naomi Perera
We warmly invite you to our first Lunchtime Solo Concert at Leicester Cathedral with flautist Naomi Perera on Monday 15 January 2018 from 13:00 - 14:00.
Telemann: Sonata in F Minor
Trillium: Elizabeth Brown
Jazz Fusion with Lee Spreadbury
Soloist: Naomi Perera
Accompanist for Telemann and Matinu: John Gull
Accompanist for Jazz Fusion: Lee Spreadbury.