Rochdale MUSIC Society

Promoting concerts of great music of many genres played by great musicians 


CHAIRMAN     Mrs. Shirley Mitchell BA ME

    From Bach to Boogie, Josquin to Jazz, Troubadour to Barber shop, Opera and Musical, our annual       Concert Series offers a rich variety of music-making designed to enliven your artistic imagination and enhance your musical experience.

Whether you subscribe to a Series and get 6 for the price of 5 tickets, or simply turn up and pay at the         door on one or two occasions, you will be welcomed to the comfortable and music friendly auditorium that is the HEYWOOD CIVIC CENTRE.  Box Office 0300 303 8633

Bar and refreshments (Tea & Coffee) available at the interval

UGNIUS PAULIUKONIS will be playing for us on 6 FEBRUARY 2021.

Here he is playing Debussy: 

HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY  to attend a live concert to be given on Wednesday, 11 November, at 1.00pm.  The Meraki Duo, Meera Maharaj (Fluite) and James Girling (Guitar), is due to perform for us in Heywood Civic Centre on 17 April.

Meera says of it: "It's a South American themed programme and we're premiering a piece written for us by Brazilian composer, Rafael Marino Arcaro. Can't wait to share it with everyone as he really is a brilliant composer. There'll also be some Villa Lobos, as well as music by Bolivian and Argentinian composers. 

It's part of an ongoing series at 1901 Arts Club (set up by my duo partner, Dom Degavino) and the streams have been going well so far!."

Should be great!

Remember LUKA OKROS? HIs brilliant keyboard display this last season will no doubt be experienced again next season - in May 2020.

3. LUKA OKROS introduces the 6 Musical Moments Op 16 by Rachmaninov

4. THE OLDHAM BAND (LEES) opened our 40th Anniversary Season with a flourish of brass in October 2019. You can catch up with them here :

THE MERAKI DUO will be presenting a rich mixture of musical styles in June 2021, including this ........

SVETA and SLAVA  Piano and Flute Duo are watching over you......


Here's a sample of what it could sound like............

From LANDSCAPES OF ROCHDALE by Graham Marshall 

2. Healey Dell and Rooley Moor

THE PERPETUAL MARTYS for String Quartet by Graham Marshall


A TASTER for the PellĂ©as Ensemble concert