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FestivALL

26 June 2022

Join us on Sunday 26 June for a celebration of works by diverse and under-represented voices across the classical music sector.  

From family-friendly trails and tours of treasures in our Museum to dynamic performances shining a spotlight on composers such as Errollyn Wallen, Hannah Kendall and Elizabeth Lutyens, this one-day festival has so much on offer.

Stay for the whole day or drop in for performances of your choice. Our Sparks events are aimed at families while you can buy a whole festival ticket for the day below. 

While you’re here, try a bite to eat in our new café or enjoy some time out in our outdoor courtyard!

Events

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26 June 2022, 10:00am
Various locations

As part of FestivALL the RCM Museum will open an hour early for families, groups or individuals who would like to visit at a quieter time.

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26 June 2022, 11:00am
Various locations

This Sensory Trail explores the Museum’s permanent collection.

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26 June 2022, 12:00pm
Various locations

Discover composer and civil rights activist Samuel Coleridge Taylor on this family heritage trail inside the Royal College of Music.

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26 June 2022, 1:15pm
Various locations

This Sensory Trail explores the Museum’s permanent collection.

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26 June 2022, 2:00pm
Various locations

Discover composer and civil rights activist Samuel Coleridge Taylor on this family heritage trail inside the Royal College of Music.

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26 June 2022, 11:00am
Various locations

A day-long a celebration of works by diverse and under-represented voices across the classical music sector.