Join us for IAML 2023

Our venues

The Congress will take place in the Faculty of Music on West Road, Cambridge and in the University Library, with additional events in Cambridge Colleges.

The opening event will be at Trinity College, with tours of the Wren Library (home to both Winnie the Pooh and Wittgenstein), and will include some birthday surprises, as IAML (UK & Ireland) celebrates its 70th anniversary.

We are pleased to announce that the Farewell dinner will be in the iconic dining hall of King’s College, Cambridge.

Social events

Go for a trip to Ely Cathedral, and admire its medieval splendour. Ely is also a bustling market town, where you can see the home of Oliver Cromwell.

In Cambridge there will be guided punt tours, visits to the many historic libraries of the University, and walking tours of city sights.

We are pleased to announce concerts in Pembroke College Chapel, and at the Old Divinity School (part of St. John’s College), as well as in the biggest concert space in Cambridge at the Faculty of Music’s concert hall.

As well as our plans for your visit, there’s plenty to do yourself from tackling your own punt to watching Shakespeare in a college garden. There are also a variety of museums in and around Cambridge, and a huge range of food and drink.

Dates and deadlines

Call for papers opens – October 1st 2022

Closing date for papers – December 31st 2022

Booking opens – February / March 2023

Congress opens – July 30th 2023

Final dinner – August 4th 2023

More dates TBC

Accommodation

Gonville & Caius

Bed and Breakfast

From £92

Churchill

Bed and Breakfast

From £120

Trinity Hall

Bed and Breakfast

From £75

Wolfson

Bed and Breakfast

From £69

University Arms Hotel

Bed and Breakfast

£227

Ever wanted to stay in a Cambridge College? Now’s your chance. To find out more click on the links (Booking available through this site in 2023).

All colleges are within walking distance of the Faculty of Music or have easy transport links.

Rooms are also available at the University Arms Hotel, a famed Cambridge hotel, bordering Parker’s Piece, one of the many green spaces of the city.

You can also find Cambridge city centre accommodation via:

Getting to Cambridge

Cambridge is situated in the East of England, 60 miles North of London and is very well placed for access by road, rail and air.

Cambridge has a fast train service to and from London Kings’ Cross, which is adjacent to St Pancras for Eurostar connections. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes and several fast trains depart each hour, to check exact arrival and departure times please visit National Rail

London Stansted is situated 30 miles south of Cambridge and offers a number of routes to and from Europe and other UK destinations. Direct routes to Cambridge by National Express bus services and trains are available and taxis are plentiful.

London Gatwick, London Heathrow and London Luton are all within 1-2 hours drive of Cambridge and accessible by public transport via connecting bus and train services in London.

If you’re coming from Northern Europe, the Rail and Sail option provides an easy route into East Anglia, and direct to Cambridge.

For delegates that prefer to drive, Cambridge offers a number of Park & Ride sites on the outskirts of the City and journey times into the centre take just a few minutes. Do get in touch for more information on parking, and what is available.

A taste of IAML 2023