Collage of photos of all receivers of RCM fellowships

2022/23 RCM Fellowships announced

Wednesday 26 October 2022

Royal College of Music Director, Professor Colin Lawson, has announced the remarkable musicians who will hold fellowships for the 2022/23 academic year.

Fellows make a vital contribution to life at the RCM in a wide variety of ways: putting on concerts and lectures, undertaking special research projects, coaching and accompanying RCM students and providing them with support through their transition to professional careers. 

Selected via a competitive audition process, the following list comprises some of today’s most talented young performers and academics.

Collaborative piano fellowships 

Lord & Lady Lurgan Collaborative Piano Fellowship 

Ella O’Neill, piano (Vocal and Opera faculty)  

Eileen Edgar and Anthony Saltmarsh Collaborative Piano Fellowship

Ian Clarke, piano (Vocal & Opera faculty)

Adami Award for Collaborative Piano Fellows

Alessio Enea, piano

Other fellowships

Fellowship in Historical Keyboards

Dominika Maszczynska, (Historical Performance faculty)

RCM String Quartet Fellowship

Alkyona Quartet (Emma Purslow, Marike Kruup, Claire Newton, Jobine Siekman)

Junior fellowships for Artist Diploma in Performance and Artist Diploma in Composition students

Mills Williams Junior Fellowship

Gabriele Sutkute, piano

Constant & Kit Lambert Junior Fellowship

Maxence Bretel, violin

The Carne Trust Junior Fellowship

Apolline Khou, harpsichord

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