The British Trombone Society has six individual membership options from which to choose: Regular, Student, Retired/65+, 16 & under, Lifetime and International. To qualify as a student, one must be enrolled as a full-time student. 16 and under is for children up to and including 16 years of age. Retirees must be aged 65 years and over and retired. Lifetime membership offers continuing membership for a single, one-off fee. International membership covers postal addresses outside the United Kingdom mainland. There is also Institutional Membership, UK and International aimed at academic institutions, music colleges, etc., providing up to four magazines per quarter.

The British Trombone Society offers paid membership of the Society, which includes full access to the website and all the benefits of membership.

Subscription Options

  • Regular

    • Regular membership for residents of the United Kingdom.
    • £28.00 per year.
  • Student

    • For those who are in full-time education.
    • £22.00 per year.
  • 65 & Over and Retired

    • For those who are aged 65 years and over and retired.
    • £22.00 per year.
  • 16 & Under

    • For those aged 16 years and under.
    • £14.00 per year.
  • International

    • For those who live outside of the United Kingdom.
    • £34.00 per year.
  • Lifetime Membership

    • Continuing membership for a single, one-off fee.
    • £250.00
  • Institutional (UK)

    • For bodies such as schools, colleges and orchestras providing up to four magazines per quarter. Individuals have to become members in their own right to access the full benefits of individual membership.
    • £99.00 per year.
  • Institutional (International)

    • For bodies such as schools, colleges and orchestras outside the United Kingdom mainland, providing up to four magazines per quarter. Individuals have to become members in their own right to access the full benefits of individual membership.
    • £149.00 per year

What Do I Get From The BTS?

The BTS magazine, The Trombonist, and website are free to members. The magazine is published quarterly and contains articles on every facet of trombone playing - from early music to jazz and avant garde - and takes account of the needs and interests of all players from the beginner to the advanced player in every style of music.

The Trombonist is well-supported by instrument manufacturers and music publishers and contains the latest information in these areas, plus regional and concert news, reviews and letters pages. Members gain free or reduced charge entry to BTS events with the chance to meet, listen to, and learn from the greatest players and teachers, plus they also have the opportunity to meet hundreds of trombonists from home and abroad.

Check out [Resources/Links/Member Benefits] to see the list of organisations that currently offer a discount to members of the British Trombone Society. To take advantage, and to see the codes and contact details, you will need to become a member of the BTS, click here to join, and then log in. We hope to bring you more discounts, so please visit the site again.

Annual subscriptions to the BTS can be made by Direct Debit, BACS transfer, PayPal and Credit/Debit Card or by cheque through the post.

NB: Although payment made by PayPal is immediate, all membership subscriptions and renewals are processed manually. Please allow 14-21 days to process your application after payment is made.

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