The thriving College Music Society offers opportunities for students from all subjects to be involved in practical music-making whether it be as an orchestral player, instrumental soloist, or singer. The Music Society promotes regular concerts featuring the Fidelio Orchestra, the Kodály Choir and a recently-formed all-female a cappella group. The College's Choral Foundation includes a College Choir (with scholarships for all voice parts) which sings three services each week in the world-famous Chapel, and a Girls' Choir (24 girls from local schools) who sing one service each week. Students have the opportunity to conduct the orchestra and choir, to take part in chamber music, and to give solo recitals.
The College boasts excellent communal facilities for musicians including five new acoustically-designed music practice rooms, each equipped with a Yamaha b2 piano, and available to students between 8:00am and 11:00pm.
The College Chapel is regularly used for performances and the TS Eliot Theatre has a Steinway Grand Piano and is used for solo and chamber concerts. The Music Faculty building, with its library and other facilities, is a 5-minute walk from the main college site.
All Music students are provided with a Clavinova with headphones in their rooms.