Contact the English Music Festival
The most reliable (and hence preferred) method for contacting us is via e-mail, but we welcome contact by any means!

BY EMAIL

For all general enquiries about the Festival please e-mail Ken Dance.

To join the EMF Friends’ Scheme, or for enquiries about sponsorship, EM Records or EM Publishing e-mail Founder-Director Em Marshall-Luck at em.marshall-luck@englishmusicfestival.org.uk.

If you would like to volunteer to help or steward at the Festival, take part in our internship scheme, or otherwise become involved in the EMF, e-mail Em Marshall-Luck at em.marshall-luck@englishmusicfestival.org.uk.

For enquiries about the British Composer Organisation Scheme, e-mail the BCOS Secretary at BCOS.Secretary@englishmusicfestival.org.uk.

If you are able to assist us by helping to distribute leaflets in your area e-mail the EMF LFG Chairman, Robin Sawers, at robin.sawers@englishmusicfestival.org.uk.

If you have queries about your Friends’ Scheme membership status e-mail EMF Friends’ Scheme Secretary, Susan Kydd, at susan.kydd@englishmusicfestival.org.uk.

 

BY POST


Please direct all postal correspondence to:

Em Marshall-Luck
Founder-Director, The English Music Festival
Suite M0222
265–269 Kingston Road
Wimbledon
London SW19 3NW

 

BY PHONE


Please contact Em Marshall-Luck on 07808 473889. (Note that due to reception difficulties there may be some delay in responding to messages.)

 

ARTIST / COMPOSER APPLICATIONS


If you are an artist or agent and would like to propose a concert or recital for inclusion in a future EMF please send a full proposal to the postal address above.

The proposal should include several different programme options, a full biography of the group / artist in question, an idea of fees, and a copy of a recent recording (preferably a commercially released compact disc — if this is not available, please send a professional-standard recording on a CD-R: if audio files are ripped in mp3 format, they should have a bitrate of 320kbps). It might be noted that the Festival is a charity with a limited budget, which requires flexibility from its artists with regard to fees in order to put on the wealth of music-making that we do.

Likewise, if you are a composer or represent a composer (of any period), and would like to recommend that your / the composer’s work appears in the Festival, please send full details, including a biography, list of works, and a copy of a recent recording (preferably a commercially released compact disc) of your / the composer’s work.

We regret that we cannot accept applications by email.