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September

20 September 2018, 6:15pm
Britten Theatre

Janet Hilton and Jakob Fichert explore the works of Ferruccio Busoni, Egon Wellesz and Paul Hindemith.

27 September 2018, 6:15pm
Britten Theatre

Using Stephen Keene's 17th-century bentside spinet, this lecture-recital investigates Froberger’s fugal technique and his preservation of counterpoint.

October

25 October 2018, 6:15pm
East Parry Room

Martin Gatt, RCM alumnus and former principal bassoon with the LPO, ECO and LSO, reflects on his life in music, including activities across performance, recording, teaching and arranging.

28 October 2018, 10:00am
Parry Rooms

This study day, co-organised by the Royal College of Music and the University of Southampton, will examine Parry's work at the RCM and his legacy throughout the 20th century.

November

26 November 2018, 6:15pm
West Parry Room

Join award-winning viola da gamba player Christoph Urbanetz and Italian virtuoso Vittorio Ghielmi as they discuss the French viol school and gamba bow technique. 

27 November 2018, 2:00pm
West Parry Room

Limited Availability

Explore the history and significance of the viol with three fascinating lectures, each given by an expert in the field of early music.

29 November 2018, 6:15pm
East Parry Room

Singers from the Vocal & Opera Faculty perform Debussy's two sets of mélodies on the poems of Paul Verlaine, inspired by the paintings of Antoine Watteau. Afterwards, Dr Xavier Bray, Director of the Wallace Collection, discusses the artworks.