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 as many lutes and other early plucked instruments as you can (bass or other unusual sized lutes especially).

There is usually a modest attendance charge.

Playing days are usually announced on the Lute Society email list or in Lute News

Forthcoming playing days

Future dates will be published here as they are announced.

Stewart McCoy will generally lead and will tailor music to suit all abilities. Beginners are particularly welcome. The day generally starts at 10:30, and the cost is usually around £14.

Previous playing days

In 2008, playing days were held in London and Downing College, Cambridge.