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Orchestral Masterworks

Dates
27 January 2022, 6:00pm

Venue
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Tickets
£8, £5

In line with government guidance, all external visitors and audience members are required to wear a face mask for the duration of their visit, including in the RCM Museum and during concerts, unless you are exempt.

Orchestral Masterworks

27 January 2022, 6:00pm

Venue
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Tickets
£8, £5

In line with government guidance, all external visitors and audience members are required to wear a face mask for the duration of their visit, including in the RCM Museum and during concerts, unless you are exempt.

Martyn Brabbins conductor
Alvin Arumugam, Daniel Hogan, John-Paul Jennings and Ondřej Soukup conductors
RCM Philharmonic

Gipps Symphony no 4
Vaughan Williams Symphony no 8 in D minor

We continue our celebrations to mark the 150th birthday of RCM alumnus and professor Ralph Vaughan Williams.

His Symphony no 8 is possibly the lightest of his symphonies, written during a period when the composer was particularly fascinated by the multiple sounds of the percussion section. Martyn Brabbins, Prince Consort Professor of Conducting, leads the RCM Philharmonic in a rare performance of music by Vaughan Williams’s pupil, Ruth Gipps.

Plan your visit

Royal College of Music
Prince Consort Road
London SW7 2BS

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   South Kensington: 0.5 miles
   Gloucester Road: 0.6 miles
   High Street Kensington: 0.8 miles

   Paddington: 1.5 miles
   Victoria: 2 miles

   Santander Cycles docking station and public cycle locking facilities adjacent to RCM

The RCM provides light refreshments throughout the year. There is also a range of restaurants, cafés and other establishments nearby, most adjacent to South Kensington station.

RCM Café

The RCM Café serves barista-style coffees, sandwiches, snacks, salads and hot food. There is also access to outside seating in our new 1851 courtyard.

Opening hours: 

Monday-Friday: 8.30am-4.30pm

Saturday: 8.30am-4.30pm (term time only)

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The main entrance to the RCM has eight steps up from the pavement and two inside the main doors. A lift is available for visitors with limited mobility. The lift is built into the smaller staircase to the left of the main entrance steps. There is an intercom button on the control panel, which can be seen and reached easily from the street. On arrival, press the buzzer to notify a member of RCM staff, who will come out to meet you and operate the lift for you.

All our event venues can be accessed by visitors with limited mobility via the lift at the main entrance.