A unique encounter between two of the most exciting classical musicians working today.
Join us on Friday 20 March as sensational harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani and conductor François-Xavier Roth share their thoughts on making music in modern times.
Two artists in their prime – and both shortlisted for the 2019 RPS Awards – they're sure to have a lively, insightful conversation sharing their hopes, concerns and passions for music.
This event is free to attend. Click here to book.
Love classical music?
Feed your curiosity and love of classical music by becoming an RPS Member. Among the benefits, Members can attend – and exclusively access online – our talks and events in which great artists and musical heroes share their fascinating stories. Click here to find out more.
RPS Composers Programme: Applications now open
Annually, the RPS aims to transform the prospects of promising composers, helping them take their first critical steps in establishing a career. Click here to find out more and apply.
Women Conductors: New Courses
We're pleased invite applications for courses taking place in Manchester (Phase 1+), Birmingham (Phase 1) and at Dartington Music Summer School in 2020. Click here to find out more.
John Wilson & Sir Thomas Allen in conversation
Bursting with wit, insight and a uniquely Northern charm, our latest film of John Wilson and Sir Thomas Allen is now exclusively available to RPS Members in our dedicated Members Area.
Click here to enjoy a flavour of the conversation with this short extract.
Nicky's Big Speech for the RPS
On Tuesday 5 November 2019, one of our most-loved classical artists Nicola Benedetti CBE gave a headline speech for the RPS on the importance of music education, and how her new foundation will empower young musicians and teachers nationwide.
Click here to watch the film of Nicky's speech online if you're an RPS Member, and for a limited time on the Classic FM website.
Featured RPS Corporate Member
Click here to find out about one of the companies currently enjoying a creative association with the RPS...
Composing for Dance: RPS Drummond Fund
The Royal Philharmonic Society is proud to help composers and choreographers bring exciting new works to life, through the RPS Drummond Fund. Applications are now open.