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LIVE in the King's Hall

Organised by the International Centre for Music Studies, the LIVE in the King's Hall Lunchtime Concerts and student concerts take place every Thursday and are free to staff, students, and members of the public.

Lunchtime and Student Concerts

The lunchtime concerts start promptly at 1.10pm and last around 50 minutes; the student concerts start at 4pm and last around an hour.

They both take place in the King's Hall, Armstrong Building, opposite the Royal Victoria Infirmary on Queen Victoria Road.

The free Lunchtime concerts are made possible largely due to contributions made by members of the audience. To help support the King's Hall lunchtime concerts, why not become a Friend?

Evening Concerts

Details of evening concerts and other events taking place in the King's Hall can be obtained by telephoning the Concert Secretary on 0191 208 8463.

Upcoming Concerts


21st August 2014

11:00 - 14:30 Recital Room, Armstrong Building
Undergraduate Recitals
11.00am Lucy Mullinuex (violin)
11.30am Lucy Smith (fiddle)
12.40pm Postgraduate Sofia Papoutsaki (piano)
2.10pm Kai Kienitz (voice)

Free admission


1st September 2014

10:00 - 17:30 Armstrong Building and Culture Lab
Postgraduate Recitals
10.00am Laura Davison (trombones)
11.30am Maria Lopez (soprano)
1.15pm Bernat Duran-Pons (fiddle)
2.45pm Sofia Papoutsaki (piano)
4.30pm Simeon Soden (multi-media)

The first, second and fourth recitals will take place in the King's Hall.  The third recital will take place in the Recital Room.  The last recital will take place in Culture Lab

Free admission


8th November 2014

19:30 - 21:30 Hall 1, Sage Gateshead
Britten: War Requiem
Kate Valentine (soprano)
Robert Murray (tenor)
Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Newcastle University Symphony Orchestra
Newcastle Bach Choir
Eric Cross (conductor)

Tickets: £22, £17, £12, £8 (£2 off for senior citizens and half-price for students and children), available from Sage Gateshead Ticket Office on 0191 443 4661 or

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