The Lute Society: Playing Days

Playing days

Playing days are an excellent opportunity to enjoy the repetoire of ensemble music for the lute. We usually have a coordinator who brings music. Beginners are particularly welcome.

You need to bring a music stand and a lute; bass or other unusual sized lutes, and other early plucked instruments will be especially welcome.

There is usually a modest attendance charge, to pay the tutor's fee.

Playing days are usually announced on the Lute Society home-page, meetings page and by email.

Do contact us if you would like to host a playing day in your own home; playing days have been held all over the country - for instance in Bristol, the Welsh Borders, Oldham, Cambridge, Huntingdonshire and Yorkshire.

We are broadly committed to holding at least one playing day per year in the North and one in the West or South West.