Royal College of Music
The Royal College of Music was founded in 1882 by Edward VII and has trained some of the most important musical figures including Vaughan Williams, Britten, Sir Roger Norrington, Dame Joan Sutherland, Alfie Boe, James Galway and Natalie Clein, to name but a few. It currently hosts 750 students from more than 60 countries studying to become talented and open-minded musicians.
The college is located in South Kensington. Access is available by the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines which stop at South Kensington only a ten minute walk away. Gloucester Road and High Street Kensington stations are both approximately 15 minutes away. Buses 9, 10, 52 and 452 pass the Royal Albert Hall, whilst the number 360 stops directly outside.
Events at this venue
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Les Fetes D'Hebe
Thomas Lebrun directs Rameau's successful opera which opens with Hebe, the goddess of youth, escaping to the banks of the River Seine following unwanted attentions of Momus. Sung in French.
Orchestral Masterworks: Shostakovich's Symphony No 10
Rafael Payare conductor RCM Philharmonic Shostakovich Symphony no 10 in E minor op 93 Rafael Payare, chief conductor for the Ulster Orchestra, conducts the RCM Philharmonic Orchestra in Shostakovich's powerful tenth symphony. ORCHESTRAL MASTERWORKS SERIES DISCOUNT Book for 2 or more concerts and save up to 30%
Fri 5 May
£5–£8 / 020 7591 4314
Royal College Of Music Festival Of Percussion
The RCM Festival of Percussion returns with special guest, the international rock, jazz, classical and punk drummer Benny Greb. The jam-packed day features O Duo with the Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment, drummer and RCM professor Ralph Salmins performing with three different groups, top percussion quartet Amadinda…