Royal Academy Of Music
- Telephone 020 7873 7300
- Website www.ram.ac.uk
Royal Academy of Music takes the title of Britain’s oldest conservatoire. From this, it gets inspiration but refuses to be left behind when it comes to contemporary musical life. It boasts an impressive list of alumni including Dame Evelyn Glennie, Sir John Dankworth, the conductor Sir Henry Wood and Annie Lennox.
Situated just below Regent's Park, the Academy is only a few minutes walk away from Baker Street, Regent's Park and Great Portland Street tube stations. There are also three train stations nearby, London Marylebone (11 minutes), London Euston (18 minutes) and London King's Cross (25 minutes).
There are 6 events at this location
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A Harp Recital with distinguished alumna Catrin Finch.
Junior Academy Symphony Orchestra
Howard Williams conducts Walton's Johannesburg Festival Overture, John Adams's The Chairman Dances and Ravel's Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales.
Ronald William White Prize
A prize for the performance of a musical theatre song with dramatic content.
Sun 15 Jan 2017
£15 (£12) / 020 7873 7300
The group performs Bach's Bach's Erforsche Mich, Gott, Und Erfahre Mein Herz, Ach, Ich Sehe, Itzt, Da Ich Zur Hochzeit Gehe and Wo Gott Der Herr Nicht Bei Uns Halt.
Royal Academy Opera: Orphee Aux Enfers
This irreverent satire was unleashed on Parisian audiences in 1858 to a combination of shock and delight: 'a profanation of holy and glorious antiquity', 'a coarse and grotesque parody', said the critics. Its many memorable set-pieces include the risque Galop Infernal, better known as the 'can-can' - one of the most…