In line with government guidance, the NCEM team are working remotely. But if you would like to speak to one of us or would like to arrange a visit to the NCEM please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have tickets for any of our concerts before 17th May then our Box Office will be in touch with you soon. Should you need to contact the Box Office please email email@example.com with your phone number and details of your enquiry and we will arrange for someone to call you back. Alternatively, please call 01904 658338 to leave an answerphone message which will be picked up by a member of the team.
The National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) is the national advocate of early music in England and a centre of excellence for music-making in the City of York.
The NCEM hosts three festivals of early music in Yorkshire, a year-round programme of folk, jazz, early music and world music concerts supported by a significant creative learning programme. NCEM boasts an enviable reputation for blending artistic quality, administrative excellence and creative diversity.
NCEM supports emerging early music artists as they step from conservatoire to stage across Europe with residences, the biennial York Young Artists Competition, a national composers award run in association with BBC Radio 3 and a Directory of Early Music Artists designed to support the wider English based early music community.
Supporters of our work are encouraged to join the NCEM’s Patrons Scheme – we offer opportunities to meet with artists, enjoy supper parties with like-minded individuals and a chance to really make a difference.