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June

16 June 2024, 11:00am
Various locations

The RCM's inaugural Festival of Woodwind and Brass comprises outstanding performances, visiting artists, trade stands and an opportunity to experience the RCM’s cutting-edge Performance Laboratory.

23 June 2024, 1:00pm
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

RCM composers of contrasting cultural heritage present works with international inspirations including Turkish dances, Portuguese folk tunes, and Cantonese nursery rhymes.

23 June 2024, 2:00pm
Recital Hall

This concert explores underplayed and unrepresented works for the clarinet trio and its component parts.

27 June 2024, 6:00pm
Performance Studio

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Distinguished teacher Georges Barthel, who has performed in major festivals and concert halls worldwide, works with RCM historical flautists in this special masterclass.

July

02 July 2024, 7:30pm
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

The RCM Saxophone Ensemble takes on Steve Reich’s most mesmerising scores, New York Counterpoint as well as UK premieres of music by Nicola LeFanu and Yasuhide Ito.

August

25 August 2024, 7:30pm
Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington, London SW7 2AP

Holst's suite The Planets is one of classical music's most extraordinary acts of imagination. Student musicians from Helsinki and London unite to perform the work alongside Sibelius's The Wood Nymph and a new piece from Finnish-American composer Lara Poe.

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