Monday, 8 March 2021

Royal Academy of Music's Spring online series

Royal Academy of Music (Photo Adam Scott)
Royal Academy of Music (Photo Adam Scott)

The Royal Academy of Music is ending its Spring term with a programme of 12 concerts live-streamed from the main building on the Marylebone Road and available free on YouTube and the Academy's website. The Academy's Autumn series of live-streamed concerts reached an on-line audience of over 170,000 people.

Things kick off tomorrow at 1pm on 9 March 2021 when the Hill Quartet performs Schubert's Death and the Maiden Quartet, and then concerts include chamber music fellows, Trio Mazzolini in Arensky and Tom Coult, a programme of 20th Century and contemporary works for organ and brass ensemble, the Kyan Quartet in Haydn and Mendelssohn, and the final concert sees Mozart’s Horn Quintet in E flat K 407 performed alongside contemporary music by Colin Matthews, Sun Keting and Piers Hellawell.

Royal Academy Opera will perform scenes from operas by Ravel, Handel and Mozart, and the Academy Song Circle perform art songs to celebrate the arrival of Spring.

Full details from the Royal Academy of Music's website.

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