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01/17/2017 at 22:11. Facebook
Tune into BBC Radio 3 at 4.30pm tomorrow to hear Nick Mogg, Mikey Pandya, Yi-Shing Cheng and Katie Stevenson perform English song by Herbert, Stanford and Quilter ahead of Royal Academy of Music Richard Lewis Song Circle at Wigmore Hall

Katie Stevenson, Nicholas Mogg, James O'Donnell, Daniel Grimwood, In Tune - BBC Radio 3

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01/17/2017 at 10:24. Facebook
Go, lovely Rose—
Tell her that wastes her time and me,
That now she knows,
When I resemble her to thee,
How sweet and fair she seems to be.

A sneak preview of what is to come at the Royal Academy of Music Richard Lewis Song Circle at Wigmore Hall, this Sunday, 3.00pm

Nick Mogg and Mikey Pandya perform Go, lovely Rose by Roger Quilter

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01/16/2017 at 20:28. Facebook
Royal Academy Opera presents Offenbach's Orphée aux enfers, 3–6 February at Hackney Empire

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01/16/2017 at 18:07. Facebook
How beautiful is night? Find out from Muriel Herbert in our Richard Lewis Song Circle concert at Wigmore Hall, 3.00pm, Sunday 22nd January. Other repertoire includes songs by Stanford and Quilter, and Herbert’s daughter Claire Tomlin will introduce the recital.

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01/16/2017 at 13:04. Facebook
Ralph Kirshbaum is getting down to detail on Beethoven in today’s masterclass.
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01/16/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Looking for some inspiration for a cold, wet January? Come and join us this week: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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01/13/2017 at 16:17. Facebook
After her masterclass here on Tuesday, Nicola Benedetti offered some inspirational advice to aspiring musicians: ‘You need to tie yourself to the music you’re playing as seriously and as fundamentally as possible.’
Rehearsals for Orpheus in The Underworld
Did you see Our Dancing Town on BBC Two last night?

Royal Academy Opera are really enjoying working with the fantastic choreographer Steve Elias for their upcoming production of Orphée aux enfers at Hackney Empire on 3rd - 6th February

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Our Dancing Town, 1. Barnsley

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Our live-streamed masterclass with Nicola Benedetti
The running order tonight for Nicola Benedetti's masterclass, which will be broadcast on Facebook Live:

7.45pm: Prokofiev Violin Sonata no.1 in F minor, op.80
I. Andante assai
II. Allegro brusco
Roberts Balanas, violin
Amiran Zenaishvili, piano

8.20pm: Elgar Violin Sonata in E minor, op.82
I. Allegro: Risoluto
Jack Greed, violin
Harry Rylance, piano
Strings Magazine has published a lovely article about the dedicated team of luthiers who look after our instrument collection.

‘In the museum’s 25-square-meter workshop, the team adjusts, maintains, repairs, and evaluates an astonishing array of instruments by both legendary luthiers and modern makers.’

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The Luthiers Behind the Royal Academy of Music Museum

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Head of Piano Joanna MacGregor discussing her life and musical influences at tonight’s Henry Wood Lecture, including hearing the greats such as Arrau, Horowitz and Gilels in their late years: ‘They were like old warriors, rugged individuals who had earned their spurs. They had an athletic prowess and intellectual weight about them.’
If you can’t get to London to join us for Nicola Benedetti's masterclass tomorrow evening, don't worry! We will be broadcasting it on Facebook Live.

Tune in here at 7.45pm UK time to watch and learn.

Violin Masterclass with Nicola Benedetti

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Join Professor Joanna MacGregor tonight at 6.00pm as she discusses her remarkable career with Professor Raymond Holden

Welcome to the new term at the Royal Academy of Music. We offer a range of inspiring events that are open to the public and are often free, so please join us. More details here: [ Ram.ac.uk Link ]
If you can’t get to London to hear Nicola Benedetti’s masterclass next Tuesday, don’t worry! We will be broadcasting it on Facebook Live. Tune in here at 7.45pm UK time to watch and learn.