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         has been presenting an annual season of professional concerts at Seaton Town Hall (now The Gateway) in
Fore Street in the town centre since 1951.The season runs from October to April. It is a registered charity (no. 271521, formally
Seaton and District Music Club) and is affiliated to Making Music.

A wide range of artists, well known and talented young musicians, perform superbly a broad repertoire of classical music.
Whatever your musical preference, from soloists to chamber ensembles, from early music to works by living composers,
there have been many concerts to suit all. It has also championed the cause of new music and has commissioned a number of works.

We own one of the finest pianos in East Devon - a modern Steinway grand.

In addition to the annual season of concerts, we sponsor music workshops in schools - we are committed to encouraging music
among young people. Admission to all our concerts is free for under-19s and full-time students.

Why not become a Member of

so that for £90, you gain admission to all six concerts in the season.         That's £15 per concert -
an extraordinary price to hear some of the finest musicians. The same concert in London would cost at least double!
We would love you to pay a little more if you can to ensure the sustainability of these superb concerts.
Any additional amount is greatly appreciated. Gift Aid can be claimed on all eligible contributions to help us even more!

Tickets for individual concerts are £16 each except for the November concert this year which are £25;
these can be bought at the door on the night or booked in advance,

For details of ticket purchase and membership click here.

FACILITIES: There is a licensed bar at all the concerts.  Alcoholic and soft drinks are available before the concert and during the
    interval. The venue, The Gateway, is accessible to wheelchairs.

All our concerts are listed on   Concert Diary

SEATONMusic email address: info@seatonmusic.org    Tel: 01626 865030