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Chamber Orchestra of Europe: Schumann’s Symphony no 2

6:15pm | 05 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

We’re delighted to welcome back principal players from the Chamber Orchestra of Europe to perform with the RCM Chamber Orchestra.

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RCM Swing Band

7:30pm | 05 October 2017
Britten Theatre

Jazz trumpeter Mark Armstrong and the RCM Swing Band chart the development of swing band style from ‘old’ to ‘new’ testament swing with a selection of toe-tapping tunes.

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Marmen Quartet

7:30pm | 06 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

The RCM’s new Artist Diploma in Chamber Music string quartet performs lyrical quartets by Brahms, Janáček, and Haydn.

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RCM Brass Ensemble

7:30pm | 11 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Stefan Dohr, Principal Horn of the Berlin Philharmonic and RCM Visiting Professor of Horn, joins Nigel Black and the RCM Brass Ensemble for an exhilarating programme.

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Orchestral Masterworks: Songs of the Auvergne

6:15pm | 12 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Martin André conducts the RCM Philharmonic and mezzo soprano Katie Coventry in Canteloube’s lush collection of folk songs from the Auvergne region of France, sung in the Occitan language.

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Russian Chamber Music: Lament & Inspiration

7:30pm | 18 October 2017
Britten Theatre

Hear lyrical piano trios from Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov, which bookend Glazunov's landmark saxophone quartet.

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RCM Sparks: Explore Fantasia

10:00am | 23 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall and Parry Rooms

Ages 6–12

Join RCM musicians and members of the Royal Albert Hall's resident ensemble Albert's Band for a fun and creative workshop composing music for clips from Disney's Fantasia.

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Russian Chamber Music: Seasons & Soundscapes

7:30pm | 23 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Mussorgsky’s Pictures from an Exhibition takes listeners on a musical tour of an art gallery. Alongside, RCM pianists bring to life works by Rachmaninov, Scriabin and Tchaikovsky.

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Pre-concert event: Mystics & Modernists

6:00pm | 26 October 2017
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

RCM students perform chamber music from the time of the Russian Revolution, with cultural, musical and historical context provided by broadcaster and RCM professor Ivan Hewett.

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Music and Ideas: Music, Art, Poetry

6:15pm | 26 October 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Join Simon Holt and other guests to explore aspects of his piano music and his settings of Emily Dickinson’s poetry.

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Russian Chamber Music: Wartime & Alliance

7:30pm | 31 October 2017
Britten Theatre

Yuli Khait's rousing March of the Aviators is performed alongside Stravinsky’s powerful wartime description of the encounter between a soldier and the devil.

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Russian Chamber Music: Poetry & Piano

7:30pm | 13 November 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

RCM musicians perform avant-garde piano music from early 20th-century Russia, which both inspired and was inspired by revolutionary poets.

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RCM Sparks: Springboard Collective - Produce a concert in two days!

10:30am | 19 November 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Ages 13−18

Grow musical creativity and performance skills by being part of an eclectic ensemble producing an original concert in two days.

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Telemann: A Celebration

7:30pm | 20 November 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Join us for a celebration of German composer Georg Philipp Telemann, featuring musicians from the RCM and the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg.

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Sacconi Quartet

7:30pm | 24 November 2017
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

The Sacconi Quartet perform string quartets by Haydn and Janáček, and are joined by RCM students for Shostakovich's pieces for string octet.

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Russian Chamber Music: Dance & Turbulence

7:30pm | 16 May 2018
Britten Theatre

Mieczyslaw Weinberg's unique works are paired alongside chamber pieces by his good friend Shostakovich and Prokofiev’s ‘Trapeze’ quartet written for a travelling troupe in Paris.

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