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Friends of Bryanston Music

Friends of Bryanston Music aims to celebrate music past, present and future at Bryanston School.

Membership of the Friends of Bryanston Music is free and open to all who value music and recognise its importance to Bryanston.

As a Friend of Bryanston Music, you will receive regular newsletters and will be invited to concerts and events. You will also be encouraged to share news about yourself and your music, how Bryanston featured in your musical life, at school or afterwards, and the Bryanston friends you remember most vividly.

To join Friends of Bryanston Music, complete the online registration form here.

You can also find out more on the Friends of Bryanston Music Facebook page or SoundCloud stream.

Professional Concert Series

Bryanston’s reputation and facilities for music have helped to attract some of the top performers in the country as part of our Professional Concert Series. We hope you can join us to experience these world-class musicians and look forward to welcoming you to Bryanston. 

The aims of Friends of Bryanston Music

In broad terms, the aims of the Friends of Bryanston Music are:

  • to celebrate and support Bryanston music today;
  • to bring together Bryanston musicians of all generations and put a spotlight on musical achievements throughout the school’s history;
  • to build an archive of Bryanston music and musicians since 1928 by inviting the Bryanston family to share their memories of music at the school;
  • to publicise external concerts or events featuring Old Bryanstonians;
  • to expand opportunities for future Bryanston musicians by encouraging philanthropic support for scholarships and bursaries, and for specialist equipment for the new music school.


Friends of Bryanston Music Newsletters

Below you will find copies of the latest FBM newsletters.  If you have any questions or stories or news you would like to submit for future editions, please contact us on 01258 484514 or

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    Friends of Bryanston Music Newsletter - Spring 2016