Which Future For Music?
George Benjamin, Tom Service, Paul Morley and others investigate the future for classical music in a day of discussion and music at the Southbank
Major funding opportunities for young singers and composers
We are now accepting applications for the 2014 RPS Composition Prize and the Chilcott Award for an emerging British opera singer
Dec 08 Sun
Dec 08 Sun
Kurtág and Schiff honoured with RPS Gold Medal
The influential composer György Kurtág and world-renowned pianist András Schiff are to be awarded one of music’s most esteemed honours.
Feel the Pulse - be part of our new music and film commission
A new RPS commission, PULSE brings together Dobrinka Tabakova’s rich musical language with Ruth Paxton’s bold film-making to create a film that explores the energy and diversity of life in a modern city and the driving forces behind how different societies and cultures mix.
You could be part of this exciting new work by supporting this project.
Beethoven Nine App
A new iPad app dedicated to the Society's most famous commission, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, has been launched to coincide with the bicentenary of the RPS.
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A Place for Music
Important new research by Dr Leanne Langley reveals the grand vision of the early members of the Philharmonic Society: to create an all-embracing national music institution
We’re all in this together - download the text
The Future of Classical Music - We're All in This Together: Download Roger Wright's text from the 2013 RPS Lecture in New York