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OU Study Day: Informed Listening and Informed Performance

A Study Day presented in collaboration by the Open University and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE).
London, Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall £9 -

The OAE is delighted to welcome the Open University for this annual Study Day and to join us for our evening concert, Mozart: Love is in the air, featuring soprano Louise Alder and conductor Riccardo Minasi.

Location and Schedule.

The Study Day will take place at the Southbank Centre in London (near to Waterloo Station).

The first session will begin at 12.00 noon. The day will include sessions with members of the OAE and the opportunity to attend some of the final rehearsal for the evening concert. A ticket for the concert (at 7.00pm) is included in the charge for the day (but needs to be booked in addition to the Study Day ticket).

How to Book

The charge for the day is £9.00. This includes all study day sessions, and admission to the evening concert. Places are limited and must be booked in advance. The deadline for registrations is Sunday 11 February 2023.

Step 1: Add 1 ticket for the Study Day to your basket (general admission)
Step 2: Choose CONTINUE SHOPPING and select MOZART: LOVE IS IN THE AIR from the list of events.
Step 3: On the seating plan pick a seat in PRICE BAND A, B, C or D (not Premium) and click STUDENT in the drop down list of price types. You can add additional tickets at the standard price
Step 4: Click CHECK OUT to complete the transaction.

For help with booking please contact


Who is it for?

The Study Day is open only to Open University students registered on any of the following modules: A232 Music, Sound and Technology, A234 Understanding Music, A342 Central Questions in the Study of Music, Creative Music Making (presented by our curriculum partner, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance), or the MA in Music (A873 / A874). Students registered for the BA (Music) or the BA (Humanities with Music) and studying Level 1 modules are also welcome. Associate Lecturers in Music are also welcome to attend. ID may be requested.