NEW BOX OFFICE
0333 010 2850
Booking fees: Telephone £2, online £1 per transaction
We are excited to announce that from this September tickets for our 2019 Choral Pilgrimage, Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 and The Queen of Heaven tours can now be booked directly through our new in-house Box Office. We will no longer be using the National Centre for Early Music for any concerts taking place in 2019 and beyond (with the exception of our Choral Pilgrimage concerts in York).
For concerts not promoted by The Sixteen, booking is available through the individual venue (see individual event page listings).
For all remaining Choral Pilgrimage 2018 concerts, please continue to book through the National Centre for Early Music at tickets.ncem.co.uk / 01904 651485 l. Please note that booking fees for tickets purchased via the National Centre for Early Music are as follows:
For ticket prices please see the individual concert listings.
A 50% discount is available on all own promoted concerts for the following groups:
• Registered disabled (plus one companion)
• Those aged 18 and under
• Jobseekers (proof of eligibility will be required on the door)
• Students (proof of eligibility will be required on the door)
A 10% discount is available for groups of 10 or more.
All discounts are subject to availability and only one discount can be applied per transaction. Concession rates for concerts not promoted by The Sixteen may vary.
A £5 discount is available when you buy a Choral Pilgrimage concert ticket and a ticket to the corresponding Choral Workshop in the same transaction. If you book a concert or workshop ticket to which this discount applies, it will be flagged up to you during the booking process.
Exchanges and refunds
Tickets for concerts and choral workshops cannot be exchanged or refunded except in the event of a cancellation, or where the event is sold out and we are able to re-sell the ticket.