Violin Masterclass with Tasmin Little

07 May 2024, 6:00pm

Performance Hall


A woman with dark hair wearing black and holding a violin, smiling looking off to the side

07 May 2024, 6:00pm

Performance Hall


Acclaimed British musician Tasmin Little - a multi award-winning concerto soloist and chamber musician - makes a return visit to the Royal College of Music for a fascinating violin masterclass.

Tasmin has been described as 'Britain's finest violinist' (The Independent). Loved by audiences and fellow musicians, Tasmin has travelled the globe with the most prestigious orchestras during her 30-year career. She has performed numerous times at the BBC Proms, including The Last Night to a global audience of 100 million. Her many accolades include a Classic BRIT, Gramophone and BBC Music Magazine awards.

Supported by the Rolando Fund for Visiting Professors at the RCM

Turangalîla at the Royal Festival Hall 

The Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, led by acclaimed conductor Jac van Steen, perform Messiaen’s epic masterpiece Turangalîla-symphonie at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday 1 May, 7.30pm.

Join us for this special event, featuring RCM pianist Thomas Kelly as soloist and Imsu Choi on the ondes Martenot.

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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.

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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.

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