The Cambridge Society of Musicians was a learned society of musicians and music educators founded in Cambridge in 1991 by musicians who were graduates of the University. It restricted its membership to those who could prove an active involvement in the practice of music. Election to the various grades of membership was on the basis of the applicant’s prior qualifications and experience. Fellowship was restricted to graduates in music or music education or those who could prove equivalent experience, and who were determined to be “active amateur or professional musicians who are able to clearly demonstrate a high level of musical competence.”
The Society appears to have become inactive around 2004.