Membership and Joining
Membership of Birmingham Conservatoire Association (BCA) is open to former students and tutors, current staff, parents and friends. On the presentation of a valid Membership Card, all BCA Members are entitled to receive:
- Concessionary ticket prices as published for concerts given by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire within the Conservatoire building
- Fanfare magazine
- 15 per cent discount on hire charges for rehearsals in practice and lecture rooms during vacation times (this benefit does not include the Concert Hall)
BCA Life Members may be granted fee-exempt external membership of the Conservatoire Library and other Birmingham City University Faculty Libraries.
Join Birmingham Conservatoire Association (BCA)
You can join BCA using the online form below. BCA is a subscription-based organisation and payment can be made either by electronic bank transfer, standing order or cheque (made payable to BCA). Unfortunately, we cannot accept credit card payments online at present. After submitting your form, please post a cheque or arrange your bank transfer or standing order by contacting the Hon Treasurer (as below).
For further information, or to receive a membership application form by post, please contact either of
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