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Ligeti at Cadogan

Ensemble Solaire performed Ligeti 6 Bagatelles on the 15th June 2017 at Cadogan Hall. The performance was well received; Stephen Johns, Artistic Director of the Royal College of Music, described the performance as “exceptional”, and David Hockings said it was”a professional performance”. Cadogan Hall Recital with these lovely people! #ligeti #wind #windquintet #flute #oboe #clarinet […]

Final Recital

Solo Recital 10:00am | 7 June 2017 | Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall Matthew Horn – French horn | Connie Luk – Piano | Arisa Nemoto – Violin | Alex McFarlane – Viola | Tamaki Sugimoto – Cello Mozart – Quintet K.407 Bissill – Valse Noire Schumann – Fantasy Pieces Op. 73 Enjoyed playing with these wonderful musicians last […]

Chipping Campden Festival 2017

What’s this, the brass section having been taken off to Jail? Surely not! pic.twitter.com/vItjMGWDXr — Campden Music Fest (@CCMusicFest) June 2, 2017 The wonderful @ThomasHull007 inspiring @CCIFAO to deliver all. And how they delivered this year. Best orchestra to date perhaps? pic.twitter.com/E8sqzOhMvU — Campden Music Fest (@CCMusicFest) June 2, 2017 Happy memories of the brilliant […]

Rameau in Paris and London

One of Rameau’s most popular operas, Les fêtes d’Hébé was an immediate success with Parisian audiences following its premiere in 1739. Almost 300 years later, his inventive and colourful score was brought to the Opera Bastille, Paris as part of a unique collaboration with the Académie de l’Opéra de Paris and Centre de musique baroque de Versailles. RCM musicians […]

Wigmore Hall Debut with Cavendish Winds

Looking forward to performing with @cavendish_winds at @wigmore_hall at 3pm today. @WigmoreLearning @ktovens @lucy_drever pic.twitter.com/ZzrFGTGEbW — Matthew Horn (@MatthewHorn20) March 11, 2017 Lovely lunchtime concert by @cavendish_winds at @wigmore_hall Alice and Tim looking fantastically luminous 🌟 pic.twitter.com/iXG3weVnM5 — Angharad Thomas (@angharadelin) March 11, 2017 View Archived Event Here

Nicholas Collon conducts Mahler

The Royal College of Music welcomed back the celebrated young British conductor Nicholas Collon, Principal conductor and Artistic Director of the Aurora Orchestra, to lead musicians in two performances of Mahler’s monumental sixth symphony. A really enjoyable week playing Mahler 6 with @RCMLondon Symphony Orchestra conducted by @nicholascollon – Bravo to all involved! pic.twitter.com/MzS1qQEVVb — Matthew […]