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Concerts are open to members and non-members of Steyning Music Society and are presented at the Steyning Centre. To find the Centre; at the mini-roundabout in the High Street turn into Church Street, then opposite the Church take the access road to the car park. For a detailed map of the area click here.


There is a car park at the Centre but it can be busy on concert days so allow plenty of time to find a space. Doors (and the bar!) open at 7.00pm and there is a wine and juice bar in the interval. Very often CDs of the performers are on sale during the interval and the musicians will do a signing session.



Ticket prices


  Members: Adults 10.00 Students 2.00

  Non-members: Adults 15.00 Students 2.00

Tickets are available in advance from the Steyning Bookshop (01903 812062) in Steyning High Street or from Steyning Music Society on 01903 812662.


Special Offer!

If you book a ticket for all five concerts we will only charge you for four, so that’s just 40.00 for an adult member for the whole season. This offer also applies to Non-Members (60.00) and Students. To take advantage of this offer tickets must be booked in advance by post or bought on the day of our first concert on 18 March. This offer is not available through the Steyning Bookshop. So don’t delay, book your tickets today!


Mail your tickets request to:


20 Middle Mead


West Sussex

BN44 3RG


Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope and make cheques payable to Steyning Music Society



Steinway for hire


With the help of funds made available by The Foundation for Sport and the Arts and, through Arts Council England, a grant from the National Lottery, Steyning Music Society has its own Steinway Model C grand piano. The instrument is housed at the Steyning Centre and is available for hire with preferential rates for educational activities such as master-classes and pupils’ concerts. For details relating to hire of the Steinway and all other enquiries please telephone 01903 812662.


Looking to the future, the Society has started a Piano Fund to raise money for the eventual replacement of this superb instrument. Through the generosity of its Members the Fund has got off to a flying start and the Society intends to organise events to regularly add to the pot.



Steyning Music Society is a member of Making Music.