92% would book it again

Hire Leeds College Of Music ~ The Venue



  • Free



  • Sound System
  • Microphone
  • Projector & Screen
  • Flipchart



  • Offsite

Public transport

Public transport

We're a 10 minute walk from the city station


Catering arrangements

  • Internal caterer

Catering facilities

  • Professional kitchen

Tea / coffee / water

  • Paid


  • Venue bar available

Extra space / Overnight

Breakout rooms

We have a range of meeting rooms presented to a very high standard to accommodate up to 70 people when laid out theatre-style or 40 when classroom-style.

Disabled access
Air conditioning







Open space

About The Venue

Leeds College of Music, 3 Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS27PD

A contemporary complex at the heart of the city's Cultural Quarter, Leeds College of Music offers everything you need to host a successful meeting, conference or concert.

We provide a range of facilities to ensure this, including but not limited to:

// café bars with full catering and bar facilities
// excellent sound and lighting
// a range of stage equipment
// laptops and projection equipment
// video conferencing, webcasting and streaming
// professional musicians to entertain your delegates

We want your event to impress – both you and your delegates – and offer a range of extra touches, from flower arrangements (whether you're after corporate colours, or something classic or modern) to the hire of additional furniture, tablecloths and equipment, and wine/cava and canapé receptions.

Our state-of-the-art 350 seat auditorium provides a flexible and inviting space that can accommodate conferences, debates, formal presentations, auditions, TV screenings or meetings.

The space is fitted with theatre lighting and sound equipment, and high-power projection onto a large motorised screen.

The Venue also houses two Steinway & Sons Model D grand pianos.

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Ratings & Reviews

Lydia ReveleyAugust 15th, 2018

Photos taken from Leeds Young Talent hosted at Leeds college of music! Absolutely beautiful setting! Does not feel like a college! Very fancy!


Mark ButterworthNovember 3rd, 2015

Fantastic place to study for classical :)


Tawona ChifambaNovember 1st, 2016

Amazing studios 👌👌


Lily WrightSeptember 16th, 2014

I couldn't fault this college. As a singer/songwriter, I rely on a wide range of facilities, equipment and people and this college covers all of my needs. We have plenty of brilliant studios with technicians at hand to help with any issues, almost every instrument you could think of, loads of practice rooms, and a big bonus is that we have professionals tutoring and mentoring us. My songwriting tutor, during my first year, was a woking songwriter in the industry who was working on xfactor at the time, and writing Kelis' album. I have had such great opportunities from this college to branch into the music industry. I have had the chance to work with some very credible artists and songwriters who are making hits as we speak. The tutors are linked up with the industry and whenever labels are scouting, we have the opportunity to showcase our stuff. Most importantly, all of the students at this college are very driven and so talented, I expected to sense some competition and rivalry but I really see none of that. Everyone loves to collaborate with each other and help each other out on projects. The college always accommodate for your needs and make sure you are happy with what you are doing; I used to do a band ensemble module which i didn't enjoy last year, so this year i have decided to switch one of my second year modules to production. I feel like doing this course is definitely not a waste of money; if i was trying to branch into the industry on my own without going to university, I would have been spending a load of money on equipment and facilities etc and I may not have had some of the brilliant opportunities to work with people in the industry.


Alex DanOctober 24th, 2013

Again, to make it short, I would not recommend this school at all, absolutely not!! I can't speak for the entire school, but at least for the BA course in Popular Music, just don't!!! It's completely crap, just stay home and spend about 1 to 2 hours of practice by yourself every day then after 3 years you'd be way more better than those graduates from LCM. And I mean it, I seriously mean it, it's not an exaggeration. If you go there for 3 years, all you'd get will be a shoddy degree with a trashy piece of paper that says you can play guitar/piano/etc. or whatever and that you mainly do classical/jazz/or pop.

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