Back to List

Edinburgh Society of Musicians

Door open days


Originally known as Drumsheugh Toll the building was designed by George Washington Browne in 1891 as a studio house for the artist Charles Martin Hardie RSA. The Edinburgh Society of Musicians is an organisation which promotes practical music-making in Edinburgh. It has been in existence since 1887

Its stated objects include ‘cultivating the art and practice of music in Edinburgh, and promoting social intercourse amongst musicians and those interested in music.’ 


Key Information

Architect: George Washington Brown

Building Date: 1891

ACTIVITIES: guided tours, information leaflets/notes, stewards/volunteers at key points, musical recitals.

Where to find us

  • 3 Belford Road
  • Edinburgh
  • EH4 3BL