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Discover a world of music, from classical and jazz, to a host of student groups, concerts and free events

Christian Scott, Turner Sims © Kiel Scott
Christian Scott, Turner Sims © Kiel Scott
Bella Hardy, Turner Sims © Kaitlyn Raitz
Bella Hardy, Turner Sims © Kaitlyn Raitz
Denys Baptiste, Turner Sims © Dave Stapleton
Denys Baptiste, Turner Sims © Dave Stapleton
Cedric Tiberghien, Turner Sims © Benjamin Ealovega
Cedric Tiberghien, Turner Sims © Benjamin Ealovega

Outstanding classical, jazz, world music and folk

Turner Sims is one of the finest music venues in the country, with an international programme of outstanding classical, jazz, world and folk music.

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Music department

The University’s Music department host a regular series of public events and performances, including regular lunchtime concerts that showcase the finest student performers and professional artists.

Student and community music groups

The University’s Community Choir is open to students, staff and members of the public and welcomes all abilities. For students, there are over 20 student-led music societies that vary from a full sized Symphony Orchestra to a large gospel choir.

Music in the city

Southampton and Winchester are home to a number of celebrated live music venues.

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Turner Sims

Find out about the latest shows and performances at the Turner Sims

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Arts Blog

Review your most recent concert or hear from arts professionals in our Arts Blog.

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Music societies

Students can get involved with the music groups and societies at Union Southampton

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Find out how you can contribute to Turner Sims future as a leading destination for world class performers.  

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