Birmingham Conservatoire

Encompassing a senior music college and Junior Department, Birmingham Conservatoire is an international conservatoire. A full faculty of Birmingham City University and a major concert venue for many of Birmingham’s principal concert promoters and organisations, hosting hundreds of events annually. Based in the heart of the city centre only a few minutes’ walk from Symphony Hall, we have some of the finest performing and teaching facilities in the country, including the renowned 520-seat Adrian Boult Hall, state-of-the-art Recital Hall recently customised for performance with live electronics, six recording studios and a specialised music library with around 95,000 individual scores and parts and 10,000 sound recordings.

A BMus student in performance (by Louisa O’Callaghan)

Elgar Howarth conducting the Conservatoire orchestra in a performance of Walton’s Belshazzar’s Feast (by Karntachat Raungratanaamporn)

Pierre Boulez working with Suzanna Purkins (by Christian Payne)

Birmingham Conservatoire
Birmingham City University
Paradise Place
Birmingham B3 3HG

T +44 (0) 121 331 5901/2