New members are always welcome. Membership is by payment of a subscription. Anyone
not wishing to commit to regular attendance is welcome as an occasional visitor for
a small charge, which will be deducted from the annual subscription upon joining.
We are affiliated to the Federation of Recorded Music Societies. Click Here for further
details of the FRMS.
The Loughborough Recorded Music Society was founded in 1961. It seeks to foster the
appreciation of “classical music” through recitals of recordings, to entertain and
to provide a background for friendship.
The society normally uses high quality commercial recordings which are reproduced
to a high standard. It is also appreciated that the record is an important historical
document and, when appropriate, older recordings are introduced.
We can play CD, SACD, 24 bit Hi-Res Audio (FLAC, WAV or DVD) Blu Ray audio, cassette
and Vinyl (33 or 45 rpm), however we ask that speakers please give us notice in advance
if they require formats other than CD.
Meetings are held fortnightly throughout the season from September to April. They
commence at 7.30pm and last for 2¼ hours, including a refreshment break. The annual
programme also includes a number of social events.
Presenters range from enthusiastic amateurs to professionals; the important thing
being that they generate interest and provide entertainment.
Full annual membership subscription (2015 - 2016 season)
Visitor (Refunded upon joining as a full member)
We meet at the Loughborough Lawn Tennis Club on alternate Wednesdays from September