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Welcome to the Faculty of Music Virtual Open Day pages! 

The next Cambridge Virtual Open Days will take place from 13-26 September 2021 with live events on 16-17 September. Booking Now Open.

As part of the Virtual Open Days, you will find a wide range of resources and activities on these pages to learn more about studying music at Cambridge, as well as about the many performance opportunities available to all students at the University. 

In addition to pre-recorded resources, we will also be running two live Q&As on 16 September. See further details below.

In the meantime, if you have any questions at all about the Virtual Open Days, please email

For questions specific to Performance opportunities at Cambridge, please email

For more general information about the Open Days and to book your free place visit: 

Programme of live Open Day events on 16 September

Studying Music at Cambridge

Performance Opportunities at Cambridge

Meet our Students

Live Activities and Events:

During the live Q&A sessions listed below our staff and students will be available to answer your questions, which you can ask:

  • via the LiveChat function on YouTube for Performance Studies
  • via the Zoom Webinar Q&A function for Music Studies.

You can also submit questions in advance as follows:

Thursday 16 September

1:00-2:00pm Performance Q&A With Professor Maggie Faultless, Director of Performance at the Faculty of Music, Chloe Davidson Executive Director, Cambridge University Musical Society and Katie Lewis, Administrator of the Instrumental Awards Scheme. We will be delighted to answer all your questions about Performance awards and extra-curricular music in the University

Click here to watch the live Q&A on YouTube

4:00-5:00pm Music Studies at Cambridge Q&A Dr David Trippett and students from the Music Faculty will be on hand to try to answer any questions you have about studying Music at Cambridge.  Click here to register for the live Q&A webinar on Zoom


Find out about: Studying Music at Cambridge