Skip to main content

Conference Venues

Music Building

Music Building

Located on the north-east corner of University Square, near the junction with College Park East, the Music building has been the home of Music at Queen’s since 1967.

The building contains a recital venue, the Harty Room, which, along with the Lecture Room and McMordie Hall, are the rooms where all sessions will take place, except for the plenary lecture and concert, which will take place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC).

SARC building


The Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) is located in Cloreen Park, on the east side of Malone Road, just before Fisherwick Presbyterian Church.

The plenary lecture and concert take place in the Sonic Lab, the groundbreaking centrepiece of the building.

More information

Conference Venue map

Conference accommodation

Book your stay

pink Metro bus in Belfast



Find out more about Queen's university, including how to get around plus lots of useful information on travelling to the conference.

More information

a MEMBER OF THE prestigious Russell Group

The UK’s 24 leading research intensive universities, it was placed 8th in the UK for research intensity in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework exercise.
Lanyon building at night time with street lamps lighting up

The UK's ninth oldest university

Queen's was founded as one of three Queen’s Colleges in Ireland in 1845, and can trace its roots as far back as 1810

With more than 170 years of heritage, it combines an international reputation for academic excellence with a life-changing student experience and a culture of innovation.


Truly world class

Queen’s is a world class international university that supports outstanding students and staff, working in world class facilities

Conducting leading-edge education and research, focused on the needs of society and is a major part of the fabric of Northern Ireland.

Previous Section


Next Section