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RNCM Together
Monday 4 June 2018 2.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Once again, it’s time for our annual concert to say ‘thank you’ to all of our donors, trusts and corporate sponsors who support our students and the work of the College throughout the year. It’s open to everyone, so please come and join us for this wonderful event.

Hendrik Andriessen Intermezzo Gioachino Rossini Andante con variazioni Casey Cangelosi Character No 2; Prelude 10/31/09 Richard Strauss Das Rosenband Op 36 Charles Koechlin La lune; L’air; Le thé Claude Debussy L’âme évaporée Benjamin Britten The Salley Gardens Frank Bridge Love went-a-riding Camille Saint-Säens Danse macabre Op 40 George Gershwin The Man I Love

Phoebe Kam flute Yanan Xu harp Darren Gallacher percussion Caroline Taylor soprano Hoi Chiu, Ran Feng, Alexey Pudinov piano

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RNCM Viola Prize
Monday 4 June 2018 7.30pm

Carole Nash Recital Room

RNCM viola players compete for this annual prize, adjudicated by Heather Wallington.


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RNCM Symphony Chorus
Tuesday 5 June 2018 6.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Gabriel Fauré Requiem in D minor Op 48

Stuart Overington conductor

This is the first of two free events this season designed to provide an escape from the misery of rush hour and the daily commute…

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RNCM Guitars
Tuesday 5 June 2018 7.30pm

Carole Nash Recital Room

Craig Ogden, Rory Russell directors

RNCM guitarists present an end of year showcase featuring the Zamorra Trio, final year Masters students Hao Wang, Sam Rodwell and Michael King, past Gold Medal winner James Girling, plus works for massed guitars.

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TEDxRNCM
Thursday 7 June 2018 10.00am

Carole Nash Recital Room

10am – 1pm

This year TEDxRNCM is facing a topic of discussion the world over – change. Whether for better or for worse, change is happening. How we fit into this bigger story of change however, can be more down to our own choices. Give change a chance like never before in 2018. Join today’s speakers in exploring how it features in different fields and what discoveries are made by engaging in change.

Tickets £38 available online at www.tedxrncm.com/tickets


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RNCM Percussion Ensemble
Thursday 7 June 2018 1.15pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Michael Burritt Fandango 13 John Psathas Kyoto Michael Burritt MAG7 (European première) Astor Piazzolla (arr Brightwell-Gibbons) Libertango

Le Yu director

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+ 2.30pm // Carole Nash Recital Room POST-CONCERT RECITAL RNCM students perform music for bass clarinet and percussion, including the UK première of Daniel Adams’ Transitory Liaisons alongside works by Billie Holiday and Arthur Gottschalk.

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RNCM Brass Band
Thursday 7 June 2018 6.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Elgar Howarth Agincourt Song Leonard Bernstein (arr Snell) Overture to Candide Edward Gregson Concerto Grosso Edward Gregson An Age of Kings

Nicholas Childs conductor Emma Wheeler soprano A4 Brass Quartet

This is the second of two free events this season designed to provide an escape from the misery of rush hour and the daily commute…

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Spotlight Spotlight: A Quintet in Time

Thursday 7 June 7.30pm

An exhilarating journey through 20th century Europe

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Sona Jobarteh
Sunday 10 June 2018 7.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

The kora is traditionally played by male griots, and never by women. Sona Jobarteh is the woman who decided to change the rules. She stands as she plays, demonstrating elegant and intricate musicianship; a fine singer, with a cool, laid-back style. She has won over audiences all over the World with her captivating voice and catchy melodies bringing messages about the issues that she champions – cultural identity, gender, love and respect, whilst remaining utterly faithful to her Gambian heritage.


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