Established in 1911. Over one hundred years of music, speech, drama and dance.

A Platform for Performance

Glasgow Music Festival is an annual festival of music, speech, drama and dance first held in 1911. Each year around 7,000 performers take part in the two week festival which opens on the first Saturday in March. The next Festival will run from 7 March until 21 March 2015.

There are events for groups of almost any size and description, in addition to an extensive programme for solo performance. Performers have the opportunity to develop their skills through receiving advice and encouragement from a team of experienced professional adjudicators.

News

Annual General Meeting 2017

Sunday 1 October 2017, 8pm The Meeting House, 38 Elmbank Crescent

The Annual General Meeting of the Festival is open to everyone interested in the activities of the Association. Hear reports of the 2014 Festival. Find out what is planned for 2018 and future years. Please note, however, that only members may vote on any resolutions.

More Info

Download the Glasgow Music Festival Syllabus

Everything you need to know about the festival in one comprehensive, printable document

Music

The Festival covers a wide range of music including classical, folk, jazz, rock and traditional Scottish music. There are events for solo singers and instrumentalists in addition to a full programme for choirs, orchestras, bands and ensembles.

Dance

Scottish Country Dancing events are presented in association with the Glasgow Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.

There are two sessions of Scottish Country Dancing on the mornings of Saturday 7 March and Monday 9 March in the Blythswood Hall in Renfield St Stephen's Church Centre.

Speech & Drama

Speech and Drama events feature mainly, but by no means exclusively, our younger performers. These events are held in The Scottish Youth Theatre on Saturday 14 March through to Monday 16 March and Performers will demonstrate their skills in verse, prose, public speaking and drama.

A Platform for Performance

Glasgow Music Festival is an annual festival of music, speech, drama and dance first held in 1911. Each year around 7,000 performers take part in the two week festival which opens on the first Saturday in March. The next Festival will run from 7 March until 21 March 2015.

There are events for groups of almost any size and description, in addition to an extensive programme for solo performance. Performers have the opportunity to develop their skills through receiving advice and encouragement from a team of experienced professional adjudicators.

News

Annual General Meeting 2017

Sunday 1 October 2017, 8pm The Meeting House, 38 Elmbank Crescent

The Annual General Meeting of the Festival is open to everyone interested in the activities of the Association. Hear reports of the 2014 Festival. Find out what is planned for 2018 and future years. Please note, however, that only members may vote on any resolutions.

More Info

Download the Glasgow Music Festival Syllabus

Everything you need to know about the festival in one comprehensive, printable document

Music

The Festival covers a wide range of music including classical, folk, jazz, rock and traditional Scottish music. There are events for solo singers and instrumentalists in addition to a full programme for choirs, orchestras, bands and ensembles.

Dance

Scottish Country Dancing events are presented in association with the Glasgow Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.

There are two sessions of Scottish Country Dancing on the mornings of Saturday 7 March and Monday 9 March in the Blythswood Hall in Renfield St Stephen's Church Centre.

Speech & Drama

Speech and Drama events feature mainly, but by no means exclusively, our younger performers. These events are held in The Scottish Youth Theatre on Saturday 14 March through to Monday 16 March and Performers will demonstrate their skills in verse, prose, public speaking and drama.

A Platform for Performance

Glasgow Music Festival is an annual festival of music, speech, drama and dance first held in 1911. Each year around 7,000 performers take part in the two week festival which opens on the first Saturday in March. The next Festival will run from 7 March until 21 March 2015.

There are events for groups of almost any size and description, in addition to an extensive programme for solo performance. Performers have the opportunity to develop their skills through receiving advice and encouragement from a team of experienced professional adjudicators.

News

Annual General Meeting 2017

Sunday 1 October 2017, 8pm The Meeting House, 38 Elmbank Crescent

The Annual General Meeting of the Festival is open to everyone interested in the activities of the Association. Hear reports of the 2014 Festival. Find out what is planned for 2018 and future years. Please note, however, that only members may vote on any resolutions.

More Info

Download the Glasgow Music Festival Syllabus

Everything you need to know about the festival in one comprehensive, printable document

Music

The Festival covers a wide range of music including classical, folk, jazz, rock and traditional Scottish music. There are events for solo singers and instrumentalists in addition to a full programme for choirs, orchestras, bands and ensembles.

Dance

Scottish Country Dancing events are presented in association with the Glasgow Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.

There are two sessions of Scottish Country Dancing on the mornings of Saturday 7 March and Monday 9 March in the Blythswood Hall in Renfield St Stephen's Church Centre.

Speech & Drama

Speech and Drama events feature mainly, but by no means exclusively, our younger performers. These events are held in The Scottish Youth Theatre on Saturday 14 March through to Monday 16 March and Performers will demonstrate their skills in verse, prose, public speaking and drama.

A Platform for Performance

Glasgow Music Festival is an annual festival of music, speech, drama and dance first held in 1911. Each year around 7,000 performers take part in the two week festival which opens on the first Saturday in March. The next Festival will run from 7 March until 21 March 2015.

There are events for groups of almost any size and description, in addition to an extensive programme for solo performance. Performers have the opportunity to develop their skills through receiving advice and encouragement from a team of experienced professional adjudicators.

News

Annual General Meeting 2017

Sunday 1 October 2017, 8pm The Meeting House, 38 Elmbank Crescent

The Annual General Meeting of the Festival is open to everyone interested in the activities of the Association. Hear reports of the 2014 Festival. Find out what is planned for 2018 and future years. Please note, however, that only members may vote on any resolutions.

More Info

Download the Glasgow Music Festival Syllabus

Everything you need to know about the festival in one comprehensive, printable document

Music

The Festival covers a wide range of music including classical, folk, jazz, rock and traditional Scottish music. There are events for solo singers and instrumentalists in addition to a full programme for choirs, orchestras, bands and ensembles.

Dance

Scottish Country Dancing events are presented in association with the Glasgow Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.

There are two sessions of Scottish Country Dancing on the mornings of Saturday 7 March and Monday 9 March in the Blythswood Hall in Renfield St Stephen's Church Centre.

Speech & Drama

Speech and Drama events feature mainly, but by no means exclusively, our younger performers. These events are held in The Scottish Youth Theatre on Saturday 14 March through to Monday 16 March and Performers will demonstrate their skills in verse, prose, public speaking and drama.