Join the Society

Membership of the Chopin Society represents fantastic value for money.

Members receive:

  • free entry to all regular concerts - a minimum of eight a year. (An additional charge is made for Galas and special events)
  • priority booking for Galas and special events
  • the opportunity to perform with other amateur and professional pianists in our Members' Matinees held in private houses in Greater London
  • invitations to events only available to Members and their guests
  • regular newsletters and mailings (email and postal)

Reception after the concert

There is a post-concert reception with finger buffet, wine or tea or coffee, and the chance to meet the artist. Normally there will be an extra charge for the Reception (£7, £5 for students, £4 for youth members).

Membership categories

(See also 'Special Offers' below)
Life Membership£750
Senior Life Membership (aged 60 and over)£500
Single Membership (aged 31-59)£75 per annum
Joint Membership (2 people aged 31-59 at same address)£130 per annum
Senior Membership (60 and over)£65 per annum
Senior Joint Membership (two people 60 and over at same address)£110 per annum
Youth Membership (30 and under)£35 per annum
Friends £25 per annum

The Membership Year runs from 1st April to 31st March.

How to apply

You can come to one of the Society's recitals and ask for an application form or you can print out the online application form.

Friends of the Chopin Society

Friends pay £10 (£8 for seniors) for each concert they attend. This price will be higher for special events.

Friends receive:
  • free entry to three nominated recitals a year
  • priority booking for in-house Galas and special events
  • regular newsletters and mailings (email or postal)

Mailing list

Mailing list membership is free. Mailing list members receive the newsletter and other mailings (email or postal). For recitals they pay the guest ticket price.


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